Lewis Hamilton reveals fears over angering F1 bosses with his anti-racism message as he opens up on equality fight

LEWIS HAMILTON got nervous about angering Formula One bosses with his anti-racism messaging. The shooting led to mass global protests and Hamilton wore a supportive t-shirt at the 2020 Tuscan GP. “I get these nerves like, ‘Shoot, I’m about to break the rules and people aren’t going to be happy with it’. A group of fans in the Barcelona crowd had ‘blacked up’ and donned shirts that read: “Hamilton’s family.”. And revealing details of how he felt, Hamilton said: “I remember the pain that I felt that day, but I didn’t say anything about it. The lack of diversity in F1 is an issue Hamilton feels passionately about.

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