Why Hamilton has taken action on human rights

As a globally known personality, the world champion’s words carry weight, and he’s been granted the opportunity to use his fame for good. To his credit he has consistently done exactly that – and this week in Bahrain his focus has turned to human rights.
The sport travels to several countries where the subject is an issue for campaigners. It’s inevitable that as a major international event a …Keep reading

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