Lewis Hamilton warned he could be BANNED from Monaco GP and may require surgery to remove nose stud amid jewellery row

SIR LEWIS HAMILTON could be banned from racing in the Monaco Grand Prix if he does not remove ALL of his piercings, warns Ted Kravitz. FIA rules forbid drivers wearing jewellery during races and Hamilton acquiesced by removing his earrings to race in Miami last weekend. Sky Sports’ Kravitz believes there is a “storm brewing” between Hamilton and the FIA which could see the driver banned from the Monaco GP. “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. Asked who he was drawing on for inspiration, Hamilton answered: “.

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