AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Lewis Hamilton usually feels at ease in the U.S. And why not? It’s pretty easy to be happy when he’s usually finishing first. Yet despite his commanding lead over Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the chase for the Formula One championship, the Mercedes driver barely cracked a smile Thursday as he dismissed scenarios that he could clinch the title with a win and another Vettel collapse. Hamilton also fended off speculation that he might take a knee when the American national anthem is played before Sunday’s race. Hamilton, the only black driver in Formula One, said he supports the demonstration that began as a protest over treatment of minorities by police that has roiled the National Football League and drawn heavy criticism from President Donald Trump. But when asked if he would kneel on Sunday, the British driver said ”I don’t have any plans” and was concentrating on the race. ”I know black and white people that live here in America, so I get quite a view of what’s happening here in the States,” Hamilton said, calling the protest movement ”awesome.” ”I’m very much in support of it. But I’m here to win and that’s the top of… Read full this story
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