‘It could get nasty’ – Lewis Hamilton’s jewellery row with FIA chiefs could lead to British F1 legend ‘racking up fines’

LEWIS HAMILTON faces fines and a possible ban from the Monaco Grand Prix due to his jewellery row, according to Sky Sports’ Ted Kravitz. But the FIA have ordered Hamilton to remove ALL piercings by the time he races in Monaco at the end of May, in order to comply with safety regulations. Hamilton has abided by rules in taking out his earrings but his nose stud remains an issue as it cannot be removed easily, and Kravitz believes that could spark a nasty conflict between the Brit and the FIA. “Hamilton’s now saying, having been given two races’ grace, here (Miami) and in Barcelona, that he will not take out his nose [stud]. “He doesn’t want to, doesn’t think it’s something the FIA should be doing, so it looks like the war between Hamilton and the FIA continues. Hamilton has said they can fine him whatever they want, but it’s not as simple as that.

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