Lewis Hamilton compares Miami GP circuit to ‘B&Q CAR PARK’ as F1 legend slams tight chicanes after jewellery row U-turn

LEWIS HAMILTON compared the new Miami Grand Prix circuit to a B&Q CAR PARK – and then backed down in the ongoing jewellery row. It’s a corner where maybe in future they can remove that one and it will improve the track. He said he would let spare driver Nyck de Vries step in as understudy if the FIA forced him to remove his earrings and studs. Hamilton previously stated the earrings in his right ear “are welded in” and would need to be “chopped off” while the studs cannot easily be removed. Hamilton said: “I can’t remove at least two of them. I’m here to be an ally of the sport, of Mohamed and of Formula One.

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