The fragmented displays since have left drivers and senior figures concerned, prompting the change ahead of this weekend’s meet at Silverstone.
Drivers will be required to assemble and again be provided with ‘End Racism’ t-shirts, but it will be up to them how they join in the protest.
Ahead of Sunday’s British Grand Prix, McLaren driver Lando Norris admitted there needed to be a “better plan” in place for an anti-racism demonstration.
“Some people want to do different things, but we are all in agreement that we want to take a stand and show something in support of what we’re trying to do against racism,” said Norris. “We will have a better structure and better plan in place for next weekend.”
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