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Red Bull and McLaren condemn racist abuse aimed at Hamilton

Article To news overview Red Bull and McLaren are the latest Formula 1 teams to speak out about racist abuse that was targeted towards Lewis Hamilton after the British Grand Prix. Hamilton won the race having collided with title rival Max Verstappen on the opening lap which saw the Red Bull driver spin out of the race and into the barriers at high speed. Racist messages including 'monkey emojis' and other racial slurs were sent as replies to a post on Instagram by Mercedes which celebrated Hamilton's success. F1, the FIA and Mercedes have already condemned the abuse and has called for action to be taken. Article continues below You must accept cookies to view this content You have not...
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