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The Mexican driver and his strong message against violence in Formula 1

The Australian Grand Prix left a bad taste for the organizers, drivers and motorsport fans, the multiple complaints and reports on social networks


The Australian Grand Prix left a bad taste for the organizers, drivers and motorsport fans, the multiple complaints and reports on social networks about harassment, racism and homophobia in the stands of the red bull ring generated multiple criticisms from the pilots.

One of them was the Mexican Sergio ‘Checo’ Perezwho before the comments asked for an exemplary punishment for fans who misbehave in the stands.

“Hopefully they will be banned for life, they will not be welcomed back. I think a few fans shouldn’t be allowed to embarrass us like that.”

the pilot of Red Bull added that fans who behave in a negative manner should not take place in shows like the F1.

“These fans do not represent the sport, they do not share the values ​​and they are not welcome. It’s that simple.”

Another pilot who joined the message against violence was Lewis Hamiltonwho during practice in Austria was booed after hitting his car.

“We need to do more. I know that the and Stefano are focused on doing more and they are definitely taking it seriously, especially after the last race,” said Hamilton.