Four-time world champion Vettel wore a 'same love' rainbow T-shirt during the Hungarian national anthem on Sunday.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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
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