Earlier this year, Lewis announced plans to set up a commission to help increase diversity in motorsport and uncover the causes behind the lack of diversity in our industry.
The Hamilton Commission has been set up in partnership with the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Board of Commissioners have now been announced.
The independent group of experts and industry leaders will work to identify the key barriers to recruitment and progression of Black people in UK motorsport, and provide actionable recommendations on how to overcome these barriers.
Lewis will co-chair the Hamilton Commission alongside Dr Hayaatun Sillem CBE, Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
14 people will make up the Board of Commissioners, representing a range of perspectives and a variety of expertise from critical areas including motorsport, engineering, schools, colleagues and universities, community/youth groups and major UK political parties.