Thirty UK MPs deliver letter to F1 boss Chase Carey urging F1 to ‘put people above profit and human rights above racing’ over Bahrain Grand Prix and government’s ‘sportswashing’
- Sir Ed Davey and Caroline Lucas are among MPs to have signed the letter
- The letter urges F1 chief Chase Carey to implement its human rights policy
- Bahrain will host back-to-back F1 races over the next two weekends
- World champion Lewis Hamilton says the sport can no longer ignore the human rights records of countries the sport attends
Thirty MPs have urged Formula One to ‘put people above profit and human rights above racing’ ahead of back-to-back Grands Prix in Bahrain over the next two weekends.
In their letter, addressed to F1 chief executive Chase Carey,…
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