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FIA reach verdict on Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes punishment

Sir Lewis Hamilton has avoided any punishment for his nose stud being in during qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix. The jewellery debate has been raging for much of the season so far, with regulations prohibiting the wearing of metallic artefacts in the car having been introduced as far back as 2005. It has since taken 17 years for that law to be enforced, and during that time, Hamilton has been wearing piercings in the car throughout his career. However, when Mohammed ben Sulayem was elected FIA president, he wanted to take a harsher stance against jewellery being worn in the cockpit, as it poses a potential safety risk. READ: Ferrari demand punishment for Red Bull and Max Verstappen...
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