Lewis Hamilton: ‘Not my choice’ to race at Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

F1’s decision to race in Saudi Arabia has been criticised by human rights groups. Amnesty International has said Saudi’s record is “extremely troubling” and that the race is being used to “sports-wash” the country’s reputation. Hamilton said he would again be wearing the helmet he wore at the last race in Qatar, which is painted with the rainbow flag in support of LGBTQ+ rights. The Aston Martin driver said: “I was thinking of what I can do. Hamilton said: “I don’t believe I have gone to another level. “It has just been a great year for us,” Verstappen said. It is not how you like to race but it sometimes happens when one team is very dominant. “I will try to keep enjoying myself in the last two races.

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