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Hamilton, Norris and Leclerc among those in SM boycott

Over half of the current Formula 1 grid have joined this weekend's social media boycott against racism, meaning that they won't be posting any updates online for the next three and a half days. Lewis Hamilton was the first leading driver to declare that he would be going silent from 3pm BST this afternoon until the end of Monday, and was soon joined by fellow British drivers George Russell and Lando Norris. “In the sport, it’s clear that racism continues to be an issue," Hamilton said. "And I think social media platforms do need to do more in order to combat this. Read also: Hamilton mulls joining upcoming boycott of social media "I’m fully supportive of the...
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