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F1 star Sebastian Vettel reprimanded for wearing Pride shirt, says he’d “do it again”

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bans discussion of LGBTQ people in schools and media.Read More: Hungary passes law banning schools and media from talking about LGBTQ peopleThe Aston Martin driver was one of four reprimanded for not removing their shirts during the Hungarian national anthem, alongside teammate Lance Stroll, Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas, and Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz who each wore “We Race As One” shirts, part of Formula One’s global initiative to fight against racism and inequality, Reuters reports.

All of the drivers were found to have violated the FIA’s International Sporting Code, which requires drivers to only wear their race suits during national anthems, and issued with non-driving reprimands.However, Vettel responded by saying he’d wear the t-shirt again,.

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