icon Lewis Hamilton has been warned that wearing jewellery risks ‘years of agony’ as the FIA prepare to clampdown

LEWIS HAMILTON has been warned by Grand Prix Drivers’ Association chairman Alex Wurz that wearing jewellery risks “years of agony”. The FIA are planning a crack down on the issue of drivers competing wearing jewellery. Ruled imposed by the FIA forbid drivers wearing jewellery during races, which started at the inaugural Miami GP. Mercedes ace Hamilton has been given a two-race exemption from the rules after declaring he has at least two piercings he is unable to remove. The 37-year-old has been given until the Monaco Grand Prix to make sure he isn’t breaking the rules, but he is keen to be given an exemption to race with jewellery for the rest of the season.

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