In summary: Lewis Hamilton wants Formula 1 to return to Africa, having been absent from the continent since the last South African Grand Prix 27 years ago.
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Fan Question Friday (Petronas via YouTube)
Hamilton was asked where F1 should compete: “Africa. It is such an important place to return. For the moment, Formula 1 is going to the countries and it really does not leave much behind, in any case. Formula 1 has to become in a sport that goes to places and leaves something that can really help communities. “
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