The Briton received a 10-second penalty for the crash.
Lewis Hamilton has been the target of racial abuse on social media following his collision with Max Verstappen during yesterday's F1 British Grand Prix.
Formula 1, the Mercedes team and the F-I-A have condemned the abuse saying the people responsible need to be held accountable and have "no place in our sport."
Facebook has also released a statement adding they've removed a number of "unacceptable" comments.
The Briton received a 10-second penalty for the crash which resulted in the Dutchman being eliminated from the race at Silverstone.
Statement from F1, the FIA and Mercedes after Lewis Hamilton targeted by online racist abuse.— Sky Sports F1 (@SkySportsF1) July 19, 2021
"These people have no place in our sport and we urge that those responsible should be held accountable for their actions."