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Hamilton: I will wear rainbow helmet in Saudi and UAE

Seven-times Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton will wear his rainbow-coloured Progress Pride helmet at next month's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix as well as in Qatar this weekend to draw attention to LGBTQ+ intolerance in the region. The sport's most successful driver explained his stance after taking pole position for Mercedes in Doha on Saturday. Saudi Arabia and then Abu Dhabi are the final two races of the season. 'I will be using the same helmet through probably the last two races after this, or at least next week also,' the title contender told reporters. 'On the back it says ‘We Stand Together' and ‘Love is Love' and it's important for me to represent that (LGBTQ+)...
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