Formula One racing may begin to be called F-White if the rest of the so-called sport that employs motors follows Bernie Ecclestone's example. This season's star, Lewis Hamilton has had to endure consistent taunting and racist mockery in his unprecedented march to victory as the youngest Formula One Racing Phenom.
Afro wigs, black face and racist slogans have been thrown into the face of the young racing star. Bernie Ecclestone, the F-1 commercial rights holder has refused to acknowledge that any of the attacks have been racially motivated.
Bernie E: " Look this isn't even a sport, really... Hamilton's not an athlete. the machine is the real winner and it has no race, religion or ethnicity. I see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil. Let's all make lots of money off really cool machines and forget about the whole race thing...not the auto race thing of course?!"