Lewis Hamilton MISSES Formula One’s anti-racism display before the Italian Grand Prix as he’s caught running late to take the knee – leaving a hole in the line-up of drivers
- Six-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton was late to the anti-racism message
- Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel was also not present as drivers took the knee
- The line-up in opposition to racism has been customary this year before a race
Lewis Hamilton was mysteriously missing from the line-up of Formula One drivers taking the knee before the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Mercedes driver Hamilton, as well as Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, were late to the anti-racism message before the start of the race. Sportsmail have contacted Mercedes for comment.
As has become customary before the start of a race this season, drivers have gathered in opposition to racism. But at Monza on Sunday, six-time world champion Hamilton was nowhere to be seen in his usual position at the front of the pack as he was running late.
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Lewis Hamilton was mysteriously missing from the line-up of F1 drivers taking the knee
The TV footage showed a gaping hole at the front of the line-up, usually occupied by Hamilton
Hamilton was caught running late but did show up for the rest of the anti-racism display