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Formula 1 Condemns ‘Unacceptable Instances Of Online Abuse’ Against Hamilton

Drivers, teams, the FIA and Formula One have banded together in support of Sir Lewis Hamilton after he was the subject of racist comments following the on-track incident at Silverstone with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. Formula One, the FIA and Mercedes released a joint statement addressing the “unacceptable instances of online abuse” and called for those responsible to be “held accountable.” READ: Lando Norris Unhurt But Shaken After Watch Stolen At Euro 2020 Final It's a collision that's polarised opinions Here's what @JolyonPalmer made of Hamilton and Verstappen's coming together at Copse #BritishGP 🇬🇧 #F1https://t.co/CStiAbHcsS — Formula 1 (@F1) July...
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