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Mercedes condemn fan behaviour after racist abuse towards Hamilton

Article To news overview © F1 Mercedes have issued a statement addressing racist abuse that has been aimed at Lewis Hamilton through their social media channels. Comments left on Mercedes' Twitter, Facebook and Instagram posts after the British Grand Prix, which Hamilton won after a controversial collision with Red Bull's Max Verstappen on the opening lap, have forced Mercedes to issue a statement condemning the nature of some poster's comments. "During, and after, yesterday's British Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was subjected to multiple instances of racist abuse on social media following an in-race collision," said Mercedes' statement. "Formula 1, the FIA, and Mercedes-AMG...
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