Hamilton will repeat the rainbow helmet in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi

Hamilton will repeat the rainbow helmet in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton will use the helmet again in honor of the LGBTQIA+ community. Photo: (Lars Baron/Getty Images)

Active in social work, English driver Lewis Hamilton has announced that he will repeat the use of a rainbow-coloured helmet in the next two Grand Prix of Formula 1. The act, which began at the GP in Qatar, is a demonstration, according to Hamilton, in support of the LGBTQIA+ community, which faces discrimination and prison sentences in ultra-Orthodox countries.

contact portal Autosport.comHamilton said he would wear the helmet again and commented on the importance of the act: “I will wear the same helmet for both races. I am not afraid of any negative comments or anything. In the past I have said ‘we ‘Together Hain’ and ‘Pyaar Pyaar Hai’, representing this community here, where there are situations that are not right is important to me”.

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Hamilton, however, was not the only driver to demonstrate support for the LGBTQIA+ community, with German Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel also hoisting the flag at the Hungarian GP in protest of the discriminatory policies of Viktor Orbán’s government.

Britt said that “when these games go to places like this, it’s their duty to raise awareness about these issues. These countries need media to talk about these things, equal rights is a serious The issue is. I want to know what’s going on here and what they’re doing for the LGBTQIA+ collective”.

Hamilton’s helmet, traditionally worn by the pilot as a protest, was already stamped with the anti-racism phrase “We’re still up.” Lewis also created Mission 44, a UK-based charity that supports, advocates and empowers youth from underrepresented groups.

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