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Lewis Hamilton concedes defeat in jewellery row with FIA ahead of Silverstone GP | F1 | Sport


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Lewis Hamilton has been forced to concede defeat in his battle over jewellery with the FIA. The Mercedes driver has taken out his nose stud ahead of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone this weekend. 

The move comes after Hamilton had been left in a tense stand-off with the game’s governing body after they decided to more rigorously implement existing jewellery rules within the construct as much as the Miami Grand Prix. The seven-time World Champion initially refused to remove his jewellery and was given an exemption that was repeatedly prolonged to his home Grand Prix.

Nevertheless, it now looks like he has been forced to stop wearing his precious metals with the star spotted without his nose stud ahead of free practice one at Silverstone. 

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