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Hamilton to continue with rainbow helmet in Saudi Arabia

Lewis Hamilton will wear his LGBTQ+ collective helmet for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and perhaps the the Abu Dhabi GP also. Hamilton first introduced the design at Formula 1's first ever Qatar Grand Prix, which incorporated the flag which represents LGBTQ+ collective, a message to the nation's laws which clash with that section of society. The same can be said for Formula 1's next new destination, that being Saudi Arabia, and the final stop of the 2021 season Abu Dhabi, where Formula 1 has been racing since 2009. And so, Hamilton will continue to send his message by donning that same helmet for the upcoming Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. 'I will wear this same helmet for the two that remain,...
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