Hamilton was penalized for two championship points after the accident. red bull driver spinning off Tracking and hitting the barrier hard.
But Verstappen left without stopping, getting out of his damaged car and being checked by medical staff on the track before being taken to the hospital.
Hamilton – who has been an outspoken voice in the fight against racism and has called for action for a more inclusive society – was recently sent racist messages and abuses, including the monkey emoji, on an Instagram post that he posted after his victory. shared.
Posts by both Hamilton and his Mercedes team celebrating the success were filled with outrageous hateful messages and comments that called him a “hypocrite” for celebrating his victory, which overshadowed his victory.
“I was his fan before this race! Too bad… Sir Lewis Hamilton,” said one user, adding the gorilla emoji. Several other users made fun of him using thumbs down and joker emoji.
The remarks came after Hamilton condemned the “vile” racial abuse of England football stars Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford, who missed penalties after losing 3-2 to Italy in the Euro final.
“The pressure of showing up is felt by every player but when you are a minority representing your country, it is a layered experience. Success will feel like a double victory, but a lapse feels like a double failure when it is combined with racist abuse,” he had said.
“We must work towards a society in which black players are not required to prove their value or place in society through mere victories. Ultimately everyone in the England team should be proud of their achievement and how they represented us,” he said.
The 36-year-old formed the Hamilton Commission with the Royal Academy of Engineering last year to inspire more people from black backgrounds to get involved in motorsport and diversity in the industry.
Hamilton remains the only player of color in Formula 1 history and has previously voiced his support for the Black Lives Matter movement. He also criticized his colleagues for their silence on the murder. George Floyd in Minneapolis.