Hamilton, a six-time entire world winner who claimed the 90th race win of his career on Sunday, wore a T-shirt with the phrases “ARREST THE COPS WHO KILLED BREONNA TAYLOR” on the entrance, and “SAY HER Title” over a photo of Taylor on the again, right before the race and at the podium ceremony.
Acquiring originally stated it would be looking at the subject, the FIA will in its place clarify its tips as to what will be permitted for motorists and groups each pre and write-up-race.
The FIA is aiming to place these guidelines in position ahead of the future race of the 2020 year which is scheduled to choose location in Sochi, Russia on September 27.
“Want you to know I is not going to end, I won’t let up, I will not give up on making use of this system to shed mild on what I consider is proper,” Hamilton wrote on Instagram.
“I want to thank those people of you who continue on to help me and present appreciate, I am so grateful.
“But this is a journey for all of us to arrive jointly and challenge the planet on every single degree of injustice, not only racial
“We can enable make this a far better position for our children and the foreseeable future generations.”
Taylor was fatally shot in her Louisville dwelling in March as three plainclothes law enforcement officers executed a “no-knock” warrant.
“It’s been 6 months given that Breonna Taylor was murdered by policemen, in her own household. Even now no justice has been served. We will not remain silent,” Hamilton posted on Twitter on Sunday, alongside pictures of himself sporting the T-shirt.
He also extra in a publish-race convention: “It took me a long time to get that shirt and I have been wanting to have on that and carry recognition to the fact that you will find folks that have been killed on the avenue and there’s someone that acquired killed in her personal dwelling.
“We have to keep on to increase awareness … I believe we just have to continue on to thrust on the issue.”
He has also introduced programs to established up a commission in his name to increase variety in motorsport.
Victory at the Tuscan GP suggests Hamilton is now 1 brief of equaling Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 race wins in F1.
CNN’s Elizabeth Joseph and Susannah Cullinane contributed to this report.