pressure Lewis Hamilton So like this Formula 1 The promotion of equality as a medium of value as a social unit has not stopped with the end of the 2020 season. racism Is the most basic thing, the organization determines its movement #WeRaceAsOne (“We run as one”) covers more general information in 2021, but for each driver, the charge is free.
If last year’s awards ceremony included a videotape (not shown on TV) and some pilots kneel down and others don’t, but always follow the same protocol, then they will be allowed this year Send the message you think is appropriate, As long as they meet Formula 1 and are approved.
On the same Sunday before the Bahrain Grand Prix, the new format of the ceremony was announced, and there was also a disparity between the news. Some kneel down, some don’t (Like Fernando Alonso, he is one of ten people standing), some wear generic “No Racism” T-shirts like last year, some wear nothing at all (Kimi Raikkonen)…Among them, the jerseys worn by two German drivers on the track stand out.
veteran Sebastian Vettel And newcomers Mick Schumacher, Due to kaiser’s son and Ferrari Since winning the championship four times Aston Martin, They are wearing the same T-shirt, and the above information has been unanimously praised by everyone as an example of complete tolerance.
With different colors (symbolizing the rainbow), you can read a few phrases from denier to homophobia: “Science is real. The lives of blacks are vital. No human beings are illegal. Love is love. Women’s rights are human rights. Kindness is everything.”.
Aston Martin Communications Manager Matt Bishop praised his driver and Schumacher for this information. “As a member of gay men and Aston Martin, I am very happy to see Mick Schumacher and Seb (Vettel) support various and diverse jerseys.”
The call for equality from all quarters is right Lewis Hamilton’s CriticismHe was accused of focusing his criticism and activism too much on racial issues, Forget other questionsFor example, in many countries/regions where Formula One is located, such as immigration, sexism or machismo, all started from Bahrain itself, where the World Cup started this year.