Domenicali sounds optimism Hamilton will carry on, says F1 will stop taking the knee

Formula One Chief Executive Domenicali expresses steep optimism that the seven-time Champion Lewis Hamilton will carry on

by Sourav D
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Domenicali sounds optimism Hamilton will carry on, says F1 will stop taking the knee

Formula One Chief Executive Domenicali expresses steep optimism that the seven-time Champion Lewis Hamilton will carry on this season following a contentious defeat on last season’s closing event in Abu Dhabi, while the F1 Chief also stresses the Formula One drivers will no longer take the knee before race and that the FIA management team have been looking to introduce more intransigent anti-racism measures.

Speaking in the interview with Sky Sports, Domenicali said on Tuesday, “I think it was the time to move from just a gesture recognising something that's really important to a plan. I think it was the time to move from just a gesture recognising something that's really important to a plan.

In the matter of the fact, latest remarks from F1 Chief Domenicali came forth just days after the Formula One had expanded its engineering scholarship programme for four years. The programme which has been rolled out last year, helps students find placement for engineering degrees in the Universities in Italy and the United Kingdom.

Domenicali expresses optimism that Hamilton will carry on

Although, neither Mercedes F1 team nor Hamilton had yet to unveil any update on whether Hamilton would carry on this season, Domenicali expresses optimism that the 37-year-old will continue to race.

Besides, addressing to Friday’s Hamilton remarks when the British F1 flyer had broken off silence for the first time since his disputed defeat in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Domenicali added, “I saw the last picture was a light of positivity on his face and his gesture.

I think that is important because Lewis is an incredible asset not only for our sport but for the world. Lewis has in front of him a possibility to be an eight-time world champion. I think his battery will be fully charged for the start of the season.

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