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'FIA will allow wearing jewelry and piercings after all'

Sky Sports is reporting that Lewis Hamilton will simply be allowed to continue wearing his jewelry and piercings in Formula One. The FIA is said to have spoken to the drivers and come to their senses. Jewelry and piercings in F1 Niels Wittich and Eduardo Freitas are the new race directors in Formula 1 since the departure of Michael Masi and they were made responsible by the FIA for the current regulations. The two looked deeper into the rules and found out that the rule around jewelry and piercings was not being observed. These are not allowed to be worn during a session. It first resulted in a note in the Event Notes and later it was even added as part of the standard inspection. Read...
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