Lewis Hamilton wore a T-shirt with a message against police brutality at the Tuscan Grand Prix.© AFP
The ruling body of Formula One is reported to be considering action against world champion Lewis Hamilton as he wore a T-shirt highlighting police brutality on Sunday Tuscan Grand Prix. The six-time world champion and series leader, who won the race, wore a T-shirt, writing a message that said “Kill the breed, which preceded and followed the race, an anti-racism ceremony and television interview Brio Taylor was killed during the race “. A spokesman for the International Motoring Federation (FIA) told the BBC that the case against Hamilton is “under active consideration”.
Hamilton previously wore a “Black Lives Matter” T-shirt in every race without any comment from the FIA.
Taylor, a 26-year-old black woman, was shot by police in Kentucky in March. She was a medical worker and was killed in her own home.
The FIA rule states that drivers are not to use advertising that is “politically or religiously religious that is prejudicial to the interests of the FIA”.
“It took me a long time to get that shirt and I want to wear it and bring awareness to the fact that there are people who have died in the street and someone who has been killed in their own house, and They ‘Hamilton re-entered the wrong house on Sunday after the 90th win of their career, and those people are still running independent.
“We can’t relax. We need to continue to raise awareness with this. And it’s amazing, such a huge congratulations to Naomi. What she has done with her stage is an incredible inspiration.”
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