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Ferrari react to Formula 1 legend racially abusing Hamilton

Ferrari have expressed their support for Sir Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes after the seven-time world champion was racially abused by Nelson Piquet. Specifically, the three-time world champion called Hamilton the n-word while analysing the high-speed crash between Max Verstappen and him at last year’s British Grand Prix. He used the racial slur in November, but his comments only came to light earlier this week. Mercedes were quick to hit out at the three-time world champion, with them publishing a statement on Tuesday that condemned Piquet’s use of the racial slur and hailed Hamilton’s efforts to tackle racism.   “We condemn in the strongest terms any use of racist of discriminatory...
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