F1 boss breaks silence on possible Monaco GP ban for Lewis Hamilton amid jewellery battle

F1 boss breaks silence on possible Monaco GP ban for Lewis Hamilton amid jewellery battle

F1 supremo Mohammed ben Sulayem has insisted that Lewis Hamilton has 'no choice' but to remove all his jewellery following the FIA's crackdown. New FIA race director Niels Wittich has taken a tough stance on wearing jewellery while racing, with organisations rules stating: "The wearing of jewellery in the form of body piercing or metal neck chains is prohibited during the competition and may therefore be checked before the start." The Mercedes star made his feelings clear about the clampdown and even dramatically hinted that he could miss the Miami Grand Prix because of the situation, as he remained defiant in the face of the FIA's stance on wearing watches, necklaces, earrings and other accessories when behind the wheel. The seven-time world champion did perform a U-turn on that stance, …
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