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Mercedes poke fun at the FIA amid row with Lewis Hamilton

The Mercedes Formula 1 Team have demonstrated their support for seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton, after a comical Twitter post directed towards the FIA's recent tightening of their ban regarding jewellery. Hamilton used the recent Miami press conference to illustrate his disappointment at the FIA's tightening of their rule, which stipulates that drivers are banned from wearing jewellery whilst racing. The British driver arrived to the press conference wearing eight rings, three watches, four necklaces and two earrings. READ: Mercedes and McLaren agree team sale Whilst the amount of jewellery worn by Hamilton was considerably more than usual, the Mercedes driver clearly made his...
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