Lewis Hamilton blasts Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law as he reveals he’ll drive the Miami Grand Prix with a rainbow helmet: ‘It’s the people in government that’s the issue’

Mercedes F1 driver Sir Lewis Hamilton ripped the Florida state legislature’s anti-LGBTQ+ measures passed by lawmakers in recent months ahead of Sunday’s 2023 Miami Grand Prix. ‘It’s not good at all,’ Hamilton said ahead of the second grand prix held in Miami. ‘It’s not for me to decide something like that,’ Hamilton said. Hamilton added, ‘It’s not the people of Miami that are making these decisions, it’s the people in government and that’s the issue. This isn’t the first time Hamilton has used the Miami Grand Prix to speak out on social justice issues in the United States. ‘I love being in the States, but I can’t ignore what’s going on right now and what some in the government are trying to do to the women who live here,’ Hamilton said at the time.

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