Austrian Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc (left), Max Verstappen (proper) and Lewis Hamilton (centre) stuffed the rostrum puts in Austria on Sunday

Method 1 will examine claims that some spectators on the Austrian Grand Prix suffered discriminatory abuse.

Lewis Hamilton used to be a type of to name for motion, announcing he used to be “disgusted and dissatisfied” by way of the studies.

“One thing will have to be carried out to make sure races are protected areas for all,” he added.

Method 1’s remark learn: “We take those issues very critically, have raised them with the promoter and match safety, and might be talking to those that reported them.”

It added that the reported behaviour used to be “unacceptable and may not be tolerated”.

Crimson Bull group major Christian Horner stated: “We’re surprised to listen to that there were some incidents of abusive behaviour within the grandstands and the fan parks. That is totally unacceptable and we are hoping that safety and the government care for this rapidly as there is not any position for it in racing or society as an entire.

“We price inclusion and need a protected house for fanatics to experience our game.”

Ferrari added in a Twitter publish: “There’s no room for abuse both verbal or bodily in opposition to any staff of other folks in game. Subsequently we stand along with F1 in declaring that this behaviour is totally unacceptable.”

Hamilton criticises fanatics’ crash response

Lewis Hamilton
Hamilton’s crash left him 9th at the grid for Saturday’s dash race

Previous within the weekend, Hamilton criticised spectators on the Crimson Bull Ring for cheering when he crashed in qualifying.

Hamilton went off at Flip Seven, just about grandstands full of Dutch fanatics of his 2021 name rival Max Verstappen.

“I used to be going via a number of stuff within the crash, however to listen to it afterwards … I do not believe any of that, it doesn’t matter what,” he stated.

“A motive force can have been in health center, and you’re going to cheer that?”

The incident left Hamilton tenth in qualifying, even though he used to be promoted to 9th at the grid for Saturday’s dash match after a penalty for Crimson Bull’s Sergio Perez, certified 8th and took 3rd position in Sunday’s race.

Talking after the dash, Hamilton added: “It is simply mind-blowing that folks would do this, figuring out how bad our game is. I am thankful that I wasn’t in health center and I wasn’t closely injured.

“You must by no means cheer somebody’s downfall or somebody’s damage.”

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