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F1: Lewis Hamilton free to wear piercing for next three races as bosses extend jewellery exemption

Let-off for Lewis! Hamilton is told he CAN wear his nose piercing for F1’s next three races as bosses extend their rule exemptions on jewellery in cars… after the Brit faced a ban in Monaco this weekend over his nose stud

  • Formula One drivers are free to continue wearing jewellery until the end of June
  • The FIA has extended their rule exemptions to allow discussions to continue
  • Lewis Hamilton hit out at race bosses for clamping down on jewellery in cars
  • But FIA chiefs plan to hold talks with drivers about the issue over the next month 

Formula One drivers have been granted an exemption to continue wearing jewellery in their cars until the end of June, with further discussions between drivers and the FIA set to take place over the next month.

The FIA has enforced its International Sporting Code more strictly this season, clamping down on the wearing of piercings and chains in both the Australian and Miami Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton was left furious with the move, but the Brit has been told he will be able to wear his nose piercing for the next three races after FIA chiefs extended their rule exemptions.

More to follow. 

F1 drivers have been granted an exemption to continue wearing jewelleryuntil the end of June

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