Formula 1 pilots refused to support the Black Lives MatterJuly 5, 2020
Six Formula 1 pilots refused to support the Black Lives Matter and kneel before the start of the race at the first stage of the season – Austrian Grand Prix
They didn’t kneel in protest against racism: Alpha Tauri pilot Daniel Quat, Ferrari spokesman Charles Leclerc (Monaco), Alpha Romeo riders Finn Kimi Raikkonen and Italian Antonio Giovinazzi, Dutchman Max Verstappen from Red Bull and Spaniard Carlos Sainz (McLaren).
At the same time, all pilots before the start put on T-shirts with inscriptions urging them to fight racism.
- Updated BMW 2 Series undergoes high-speed tests
- Updated hydrogen sedan Toyota Mirai will be released this year
- Mercedes was the first to create vehicles on solid-state batteries
- Musk asked employees to set a sales record
- The reasons for the unpopularity of electric vehicles are named