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Three-time F1 champion calls Hamilton the n-word after crash with Verstappen

Three-time Formula 1 world champion Nelson Piquet called Sir Lewis Hamilton a racial slur following his collision with Max Verstappen at the 2021 British Grand Prix. Although the offensive remark was made almost a year ago, it only recently came to light. Specifically, the Brazilian motorsport legend made the comment while analysing the high-speed collision between Hamilton and Verstappen at Silverstone last year. “The little n**** [Hamilton] put the car in and left because there was no way to pass two cars on that corner,” Piquet said in an interview in Portuguese. “He made a joke. Lucky for him, only the other one [Verstappen] got f***ed up,” he added. READ: ‘It’s amazing’:...
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