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Leclerc indirectly fires shot at Verstappen while defending Lewis Hamilton against Piquet's racism

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc suffered a slip of the tongue ahead of the British Grand Prix when talking about Sir Lewis Hamilton. The 37-year-old had been on the receiving end of racist abuse from Nelson Piquet in comments that were made back in November, and resurfaced ahead of the race in Silverstone. Piquet was analysing Hamilton’s crash with Max Verstappen at last year’s British Grand Prix, and used a racial slur to describe the seven-time champion. The Briton received waves of support from fans, drivers and teams after he, not for the first time in his life, suffered abhorrent racist abuse. READ: Carlos Sainz warned Ferrari that Charles Leclerc ‘is going to be dead meat’ It was...
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