Lewis Hamilton avoids punishment for wearing jewellery and will be allowed to keep his nose stud in at Monaco… but his row with the FIA could resurface if he has not removed it by Silverstone in July

Lewis Hamilton will be allowed to race wearing jewellery at Monaco on Sunday after the FIA kicked the controversy down the road. The FIA insist they are merely giving Hamilton adequate opportunity to have the work done properly and will impose their non-jewellery rule at the British Grand Prix on July 3. New president Mohammed ben Sulayem listened to Hamilton and his fellow drivers in Barcelona last weekend before agreeing to extend the timeframe. Pushing the new deadline back to the eve of Silverstone further raises the temperature, with 140,000 fans expected to attend the race. Hamilton said: ‘There’s way too much time and energy being given to this.

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