Formula One drivers will be free to choose their own gestures to support inclusivity on the grid before races this season.
Seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton, the sport's only black driver, took a knee before races last year while wearing a Black Lives Matter mask or T-shirt, but some of the other drivers remained standing.
They all wore anti-racism T-shirts and also featured in an 'End Racism' video broadcast before the race.
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Drivers will gather again in a moment of unity on the starting grid pre-race this season but in support of wider social and environmental issues than a sole focus on anti-racism.
The sport this week announced international advocacy organisation Global Citizen as a charity partner of Formula One's WeRaceAsOne platform, which was launched last year with equality and diversity at its core.
"The whole of Formula One is united in its support for WeRaceAsOne and the drivers will all show their own support for the initiative ahead of the grand prix," a Formula One spokesman said on Tuesday.
"The drivers will be free to show their commitment in their own way before the race and there will be no requirement for them to make a specific gesture.
"The important thing is all of them being together in full support of our initiatives on sustainability, diversity and inclusion and community."
What is billed as a record 23-round season, pandemic permitting, starts in Bahrain on Sunday.
The drivers and Formula One's new chief executive Stefano Domenicali discussed the 2021 pre-race arrangements during recent testing in Bahrain.
"I don't think it's the most important thing that everyone does and takes the knee," Hamilton had said earlier in the year.
"I think it's more the action that we take in the background.
"So we'll see how we can collectively work together to make sure we're leading more in this sport and not necessarily having to be taking a knee."
Hamilton has set up a commission to help increase the representation of Black people in British motorsport and he and Mercedes have announced a foundation dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the sport.
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