Hamilton, a six-time world champion who claimed the ninetieth race win of his profession on Sunday, wore a T-shirt with the phrases “ARREST THE COPS WHO KILLED BREONNA TAYLOR” on the entrance, and “SAY HER NAME” above a photograph of Taylor on the again, earlier than the race and on the podium ceremony.
Having initially mentioned it might be contemplating the matter, the FIA will as a substitute make clear its pointers as to what will likely be permitted for drivers and groups each pre and post-race.
The FIA is aiming to place these pointers in place forward of the following race of the 2020 season which is scheduled to happen in Sochi, Russia on September 27.
“Need you to know I will not cease, I will not let up, I will not quit on utilizing this platform to make clear what I consider is true,” Hamilton wrote on Instagram.
“I wish to thank these of you who proceed to assist me and present love, I’m so grateful.
“However this can be a journey for all of us to return collectively and problem the world on each degree of injustice, not solely racial
“We might help make this a greater place for our children and the long run generations.”
Taylor was fatally shot in her Louisville dwelling in March as three plainclothes cops executed a “no-knock” warrant.
“It has been 6 months since Breonna Taylor was murdered by policemen, in her own residence. Nonetheless no justice has been served. We can’t keep silent,” Hamilton posted on Twitter on Sunday, alongside photographs of himself sporting the T-shirt.
He additionally added in a post-race convention: “It took me a very long time to get that shirt and I have been eager to put on that and produce consciousness to the truth that there’s individuals which were killed on the road and there is somebody that received killed in her personal home.
“We’ve to proceed to lift consciousness … I believe we simply must proceed to push on the problem.”
He has additionally introduced plans to arrange a fee in his identify to extend variety in motorsport.
Victory on the Tuscan GP means Hamilton is now one in need of equaling Michael Schumacher’s report of 91 race wins in F1.
CNN’s Elizabeth Joseph and Susannah Cullinane contributed to this report.