No doubt Hamilton will continue F1 jewellery war

While Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc battle for the world championship, Lewis Hamilton has found himself at war with the FIA. “I feel weird without my wedding ring in the car,” said the Danish driver. But it was Hamilton, 37, who stepped up the row by threatening to boycott Sunday’s Miami GP, ultimately earning him a two-race reprieve for certain piercings. The Mercedes driver, however, says he will never be taking out his nose ring. “There is no doubt that I will continue to discuss this topic,” Hamilton insisted. As for his uncompetitive Mercedes car, a brief moment of promise for the otherwise hopelessly ‘porpoising’ W13 ultimately led to sixth at the line for Hamilton – one place ahead of his faster-in-2022 teammate George Russell.

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