Racial ideology has hit the racing tracks, but Formula 1 drivers are far from enthusiastic. The Monaco driver Charles Leclerc is under fire from critics, but Carlos Sainz is also exasperated. He believes that kneeling has nothing “to do with being racist or not”.
Their opposition had already been noticed in the BLM movement. Now it is Carlos Sainz who firmly opposes the influence of racial politics after pressures suffered by Charles Leclerc, who refused to kneel before the start of the Grand Prix. The Spanish driver highlighted the absurdity of these pressures and denounced the treatment of the Leclerc on social networks.
According toNextgen-Auto, the Spanish driver is furious about the campaign waged against Charles Leclerc. On Thursday, he dissociated these pressures from the real fight against racism: “What does kneeling have to do with being racist or not? It’s a simple gesture, it doesn’t change anything…
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