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Lewis Hamilton is angry. Angry at society in general and on the former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone in particular. And it is due to Ecclestone views on black people.
The seksfoldige Formula 1 world champion uses for the time being its status as a voice for black rights through the Black Lives Matter case, in which Ecclestone has noticed:
- Lewis is a bit special. For the first, he is a very, very, very talented running, and he is also very talented out now, where he stands up and keeps talking.
- The latest campaign for black is wonderful. He does it well, and it is people like him - easily recognizable - people listen to, he says in an interview with CNN.
so far, So good. But then points to Ecclestone, that you can not just assume that it is always white people's fault discrimination:
- In many cases, are black people more racist than white people, says the 89-year-old billionaire, who on a daily basis living on his coffee plantation in Brazil.
Bernie Ecclestone has a concept of racism that are not fully in line with Lewis Hamilton. Photo: Maxim Shemetov/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
It has got Hamilton to danger in the ink on his Instagramprofil, where he is in a story provides Ecclestone tit for tat.
'I'm so sorry and disappointed to read these comments.'
'Bernie is no longer a part of the sport, and he belongs to a different generation, but that is just it, that is the problem. Ignorant comments, which shows us how far we as a society have to go before true equality becomes a fact,' writes Hamilton, who thus also better understand that there never has been anything in the sport, when he has experienced racism.
'If anyone, who has headed the sport for decades, has such a lack of understanding of the root problems, we black people must deal with every day, how can we expect all those who work for him, understand it? It starts at the top,' writes Hamilton.
the Company behind the Formula 1, in 2017-fired Bernie Ecclestone, after he sold it to Liberty Media, has also been strongly opposes Ecclestone comments:
'At a time when unity is needed to tackle racism and inequality, are we completely and utterly disagree with Bernie Ecclestone's comments that no one else has at home in Formula 1 or in society,' writes the company on its website, and stresses that Ecclestone had not had a role in formula 1 since January, where his honorary title as the deceased president expired.
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