Lewis Hamilton demands F1 start dealing with ‘massive problem’ with human rights in countries hosting races

LEWIS HAMILTON has told F1 chiefs to start addressing the ‘massive problem’ of human rights in some of the countries the sport visits. The world champ arrived in Bahrain ahead of this weekend’s GP and was presented with letters from three Bahraini citizens, who claim to be victims of human rights abuses. It comes as earlier this week Amnesty International UK described Bahrain’s record on human rights as ‘shocking’. “The human rights issue in so many of the places that we go to is a massive problem. “We are the only ones that go to so many different countries and I do think that as a sport, we need to do more.

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