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Hamilton let off for jewellery ban breach

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Lewis Hamilton let off by stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix for driving while wearing his nose stud. The Briton explained taking it out had caused his nose piercing to become infected. Mercedes driver was summoned to see the stewards ahead of qualifying at the Marina Bay track on Saturday for an alleged breach of rules banning drivers from wearing jewellery or piercings.
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Singapore GP: Hamilton let off for jewellery ban breach

Racing News: Seven-times Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was let off by stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix for driving while wearing his nose stud after the

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Hamilton let off for jewellery ban breach

Seven-times Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was let off by stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix for driving while wearing his nose stud after the Briton explained taking it out had caused his nose piercing to become infected.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Motor racing-Hamilton let off for jewellery ban breach

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Seven-times Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was let off by stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix for driving while wearing his nose stud after the Briton explained taking it out had caused his nose piercing to become infected.  Read full story

2 months ago·Malaysia
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Motor racing-Hamilton let off for jewellery ban breach – One America News Network

By Abhishek TakleSINGAPORE (Reuters) – Seven-times Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was let off by stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix for driving while wearing his nose stud after the Briton explained taking it out had caused his nose piercing to become infected. The Mercedes driver was summoned to see the stewards ahead of qualifying at the Marina Bay track on Saturday for an alleged breach of rules banning drivers from wearing jewelle…

2 months ago·San Diego, United States
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