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Mercedes emblazons rainbow Star on W13 for 'Pride Month'

In support of Pride Month, the Mercedes F1 team is showing its public support for the LGBTQ+ community by running its cars with a rainbow Pride Star in the next three races. Mercedes' multi-colored logo will not only appear on the Brackley squad's cars in Azerbaijan, Canada and Great Britain but also on the helmets and overalls of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. "As part of our Accelerate 25 programme, displaying the Pride star represents a visual expression of our commitment to creating a more diverse and inclusive team," stated Mercedes. "We firmly believe that promoting a culture in which our team members can freely express their personality and identity will result in...
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