Lewis Hamilton: ‘There is a lack of black owners in sport’

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Lewis Hamilton: ‘There is a lack of black owners in sport’

Briton Lewis Hamilton didn’t just talk about Formula 1 at the eve of practice for the Zandvoort Grand Prix (Netherlands) Thursday. Asked about the rumors of a takeover by Jim Radcliffe, co-owner of Mercedes F1 from Manchester United, the 37-year-old driver took the opportunity to reveal his ambitions in the future.

“I hope to do something with Jim and build with him”

Lewis Hamilton on Jim Radcliffe, co-owner of Mercedes F1, on a possible business

His investment with the American franchise is already going in this direction: “ With the Broncos, I really want to try and focus on what I can do in terms of D&I (diversity and inclusion) within the team as well as within the infrastructure and surroundings developed Sir Lewis.

Close to retirement, Hamilton has no shortage of ideas for the future, such as setting up a project with Jim Radcliffe: “ I hope in the future to do something with Jim and build with him. I don’t know where or what but I would like. While waiting to realize his plans, the Briton will compete in the Zandvoort Grand Prix on Sunday, having just recovered from his big collision with Fernando Alonso at Spa.

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