Hamilton is once again committed to human rights: “He can always do more”

Hamilton maakt zich opnieuw hard voor mensenrechten: "Kunnen altijd meer doen"

Lewis Hamilton worked hard in 2020 to combat racism. Formula 1 joined this initiative through the initiative # WeRaceAsOne But according to the seven-time world champion, there is still a lot of work to be done on human rights.

When it was announced that Saudi Arabia would appear on the calendar in 2021, the response was dire. Human rights are violated on a large scale in that country and will not at all suit the Formula 1 initiative. The situation is not good in China and Bahrain, but these two countries have been on the calendar for years. According to Hamilton, Formula 1 has already made great strides in the past year, but there is definitely room for improvement.

“I think we have taken a step in the right direction, but we can always do more,” the Briton said. “Steps have been taken for the countries we visit, but it is important to make sure that is being done correctly so that we not only say we’re going to do something, but something is actually happening. The screens get some work.” Last season, we saw the 36-year-old walk the net in his “Black Lives Matter” or “End Racism” shirt before the race began. He and several other drivers kneeled to contemplate a fight against racism. All this was revived after the death of George Floyd in the United States.

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Violation of human rights is a major problem around the world and it is something that many people face every day. So Hamilton decided to do something about it. “I want to try to have conversations and see how we can positively benefit from the existence of our sport,” he quotes Motorsport.com. Of course, human rights violations are an ongoing and major problem in some of the places we visit. This year [2020] I think it showed how important it is not only to our sport, but to all sports around the world to use their platform in the fight for change. “

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