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Hamilton feels FIA have 'bigger fish to fry' amid reports he could be banned

Article To news overview Lewis Hamilton believes the FIA have "bigger fish to fry" as he batted away suggestions that he could be banned from racing at this weekend's British Grand Prix. The FIA have recently clamped down on the wearing of jewellery by drivers, with Hamilton told he must remove a number of his items, including his nose piercing. Those jewellery items remain in place, however, with the seven-time World Champion telling the FIA it is "kind of crazy" that the jewellery debate could reignite after a week of controversies in the world of F1. "With all due respect, I mean, it's kind of crazy to think that with everything that's going on in the world,...
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