Funnily enough, I don't. I like many others 1) don't care about F1 and 2) have given up listening to poorly judged preaching.So don't listen; simple.
The colour of the person who designed the clothes should be coincidental, to choose someone based purely on their skin shade might suggest to some people that one had some kind of bias against people not so blessed.His recent choice of comedy clothing is apparently supporting young black clothing designers. So there is that.
Have a dumb. There’s no connection whatsoever between what happened at Silverstone when Schumacher won and what happened today.Good.
It reminded me of the days of Schumacher senior, and being allowed to serve out his time penalty after he had crossed the finish line (even though he was in the pits). Somehow the rules seemed to have a slightly different interpretation for some teams than others, but Hamilton and Mercedes can cry all they want.
Hopefully Lewis will decide that he want to dedicate his time to a worthwhile woke cause and not return to F1.
Tears at the wheel ?The BBC said:The victor screamed with delight and Red Bull celebrated, while Hamilton sat in his Mercedes for several minutes, disbelieving at the way events had turned against him in the final minutes.