‘It felt a lot more organised’: Lewis Hamilton praises F1’s handling of anti-racism protest before British Grand Prix despite SEVEN drivers choosing not to take a knee at Silverstone

Lewis Hamilton stressed the importance of following through with Formula One’s ‘End Racism’ message after drivers showed a more united front at the British Grand Prix. As with previous rounds, Hamilton wore a ‘Black Lives Matter’ T-shirt, while the other drivers wore tops sporting the ‘End Racism’ message. Lewis Hamilton stressed the importance of supporting Formula One’s ‘End Racism’ message. “In terms of the start, I’ve been really, really happy with what F1 organisers have done,” said Hamilton. Magnussen (partially hidden, second right) has taken a knee at previous races including the season opener at the Austrian Grand Prix. Scenes proved chaotic in the previous race in Hungary with drivers arriving late or not all. “And what is more important is that F1 follows through and how they said they are going to try to attack these things within our industry.

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