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Hamilton: 'They believe people like me don't belong in the sport'

Lewis Hamilton already made himself heard on social media after the controversy around Nelson Piquet's discriminatory remark last week, but the Briton also talks extensively about racism in the sport at Silverstone. According to Hamilton, much more needs to be done to tackle the problem. Article continues under ad After an older video surfaced last week of Piquet using a Portuguese variant of the N-word about Hamilton, Formula 1 teams have come together on social media to stand up against racism and discrimination. According to the seven-time world champion, however, those words are not enough. The Brit would like to see more action. "It’s now a knee-jerk reaction really from...
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