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The Formula One grid was divided ahead of the sport's return as several drivers, including Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen, chose not to kneel in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.



All 20 drivers congregated on the start line before the Austrian Grand Prix, the first race of the season following the three-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.



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Formula One Drivers Unite Against Racism But Several Refuse To Kneel To Controversial BLM Movement

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