Red Bull’s Max Verstappen collided with Racing Point’s Lance Stroll in the second free practice of the Formula 1 Portuguese Grand Prix, who was disabled and “stripped” on team radio after the incident It is an adjective derived from the ancient name of Down’s Disease, Mongolidiotism, which does not contain real ethnic discrimination or racism.
After a Scottish organization that guarded and nurtured Mongolian identity spun the topic on social media, the news reached Mongolia, where the country’s former foreign minister, current UN ambassador, Lundeg Purevsuren, also asked for redress in a letter. Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz and CEO of the team’s naming sponsor, Aston Martin.
RaceFans reports that Purevsuren, after Red Bull described Verstappen’s Mongolism as a simple slip in the heat of the moment in its reply, sent it directly to the UN, more specifically to the International Organisation’s Committee on the Elimination of Racism and its Racism Officer. . He also sent a copy of the letter to UN officials to the President of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), Jean Todt, who also holds the post of UN Special Envoy for Road Safety.