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Hamilton backs down on body-jewellery stand-off

Lewis Hamilton has backed down and avoided potential action from Formula 1’s governing body by removing his nose stud for opening practice at the British Grand Prix. Hamilton’s jewellery stand-off with the FIA has been ongoing since April’s Australian Grand Prix. The seven-time F1 world champion was granted a number of medical exemptions by the FIA relating to the taking out of the nose stud – which he said could not be easily removed. His latest exemption expired on Thursday. Hamilton conducted his media duties at Silverstone with the item of jewellery still in place, but the FIA has confirmed to the PA news agency that it has been taken it out for the opening action of the...
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