sport news Lewis Hamilton hits out at F1 chiefs after Sebastian Vettel is punished for pro ...

sport news Lewis Hamilton hits out at F1 chiefs after Sebastian Vettel is punished for pro ...
sport news Lewis Hamilton hits out at F1 chiefs after Sebastian Vettel is punished for pro ...
It's 'bull****'!: Lewis Hamilton blasts Formula One chiefs after Sebastian Vettel is hit with a post-race reprimand for wearing a 'same love' T-shirt in support of LGBTQ+ community ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix Sebastian Vettel wore shirt during the Hungarian national anthem before race Drivers can wear shirts with messages but they must be removed for anthems Vettel claimed he forgot to remove his shirt due to the onset of rain Lewis Hamilton took to Instagram to defend his old championship rival  Valtteri Bottas, Carlos Sainz and Lance Stroll also punished for similar breaches 

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Lewis Hamilton has taken aim at Formula One's ruling body after slamming its decision to reprimand Sebastian Vettel for wearing a T-shirt in support of the LGBTQ+ community as 'bull****'.

Four-time world champion Vettel wore a 'same love' rainbow T-shirt during the Hungarian national anthem on Sunday.

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Under FIA rules, drivers are permitted to carry a message that conveys with the sport's We Race As One initiative during the pre-race ceremony. But the clothing must be removed for the national anthem.

Vettel was summoned to see the stewards. He explained that he forgot to remove his T-shirt because of the onset of rain.

Valtteri Bottas, Carlos Sainz and Lance Stroll were also reprimanded after they failed to take off their We Race As One T-shirts.

Lewis Hamilton took to Instagram to support Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel who wore a shirt reading 'same love' in support of the LGBTQ+ community

Lewis Hamilton took to Instagram to support Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel who wore a shirt reading 'same love' in support of the LGBTQ+ community

Vettel, who was stripped of his second place at the Hungarian Grand Prix following a fuel infringement, told Sky Sports: 'I'm happy if they disqualify me. They can do whatever they want to me, I don't care. I would do

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