British driver Lewis Hamilton said he is not comfortable in Saudi Arabia due to restrictions on the freedoms of women and homosexuals in the country. Hamilton spoke to Sky News and after qualifying for the Jeddah Grand Prix, where he won pole position by beating team mate Max Verstappen. Hamilton also wanted the circuit to work to change the rules. On many occasions Hamilton has testified to his closeness to civil rights causes. In Hungary, together with his colleague Vettel, he attacked the Orban regime and complained that he had been insulted for being black during his career.