Hamilton, a six-time Formula One champion who claimed the 90th race of his career on Sunday, had the words “Ares the course do W O W O Bruna Taylor” on the front and “Say his name” on a picture. Wear T-shirt with. Before the race and behind Taylor at the podium ceremony.
An FIA spokesman told CNN: “We are in the process of considering what will happen in the next race.”
The spokesman did not confirm which rules Hamilton would investigate.
Taylor was killed at his Louisville home in March after three field police officers issued “no-knock” warrants.
Hamilton posted on Twitter with photos of himself wearing a T-shirt, “It’s been 6 months since Bruna Taylor was murdered by police in her own home. No justice has been done yet. We are not silent. Will stay. “
He added at a post-race conference: “It took me a long time to get that shirt and I want to wear it and raise awareness about the fact that there are people dying on the streets and there is someone who Killed in their own home.
“We have to keep raising awareness … I think we just have to keep emphasizing the issue.”
A win in the Tuscan GP means Hamilton are now a little short of Michael Schumacher’s 91-run winning record in F1.
He has also announced plans to set up a commission in his name to diversify motorsports.
Elizabeth Joseph and Susanna Cullenne of CNN contributed to this report.