Lewis Hamilton unhappy with some F1 drivers’ ‘complicit silence’ on racism

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  • Briton says ‘some don’t understand what is happening’
  • World champion Hamilton beaten to pole by teammate Bottas

Qualifying had a familiar air as Formula One got back on track for the opening race of the delayed season at the Austrian Grand Prix. Mercedes locked out the front row, with Valtteri Bottas edging out his team-mate, Lewis Hamilton, to pole.

Britain’s reigning world champion was happy with his performance but less so with the lack of a united front in support of the anti-racism cause he has been vigorously pursuing of late. After qualifying, Hamilton revealed his disappointment at what he described as “complicit silence” from some of his fellow drivers.

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Written by Giles Richards
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Lewis Hamilton unhappy with some F1 drivers’ ‘complicit silence’ on racism

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