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Red Bull suspended the Kiwi driver’s teammate after an offensive flow

Kiwi Formula Two driver’s teammate Liam Lawson has been suspended for allegedly using racist slander in a live video game broadcast.

Juri Vips was streaming a Call of Duty game with his Red Bull junior teammate and Hitech Grand Prix Lawson teammate when the incident happened.

It is believed that Vip used the word n ​​during the flow. Red Bull Racing took immediate action.

Red Bull Racing suspended young driver Juri Vips from all team duties with immediate effect, pending a full investigation into the incident.

“As an organization, we condemn all forms of abuse and have a policy of zero tolerance for racist language or behavior within our organization.”

Vips, 21, apologized on social media.

“I want to unreservedly apologize for the offensive language used during a live gaming stream earlier today,” he said.

The Estonian driver is currently in seventh place in the F2 ranking.

“This language is completely unacceptable and does not reflect the values ​​and principles I have.

“I’m deeply sorry for my actions and that is not the example I want to set.

“I will cooperate fully with the research.”

Red Bull suspended the Kiwi driver’s teammate after an offensive flow

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