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F1: Miami; Fia bans jewelry, Hamilton ‘one step back’

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Jovanotti, WWF and Intesa Sanpaolo together for the protection of the territory (ANSA)

(ANSA) – ROME, MAY 06 – Starting from the Miami GP, the International Automobile Federation has introduced a ban on racing with metal objects in contact with the body to reduce the risk of burns in the event of a fire.

Earrings, necklaces, bracelets and piercings are banned, but underwear must also be fireproof. A provision that will see seven times world champion Lewis Hamilton among the most penalized, accustomed to amaze the paddock with increasingly extravagant looks, embellished with necklaces and other showy accessories: “The jewels that the FIA ​​forbids? I don’t have much to add here either. compared to the last time – Hamilton said at the FIA ​​press conference before free practice in Miami – I think it is a step backwards compared to those made as a sport.

I’ve been wearing them for 16 years, there are more important things. An unnecessary dispute – concludes the British Mercedes driver – I’m here, I’ll try to communicate with the FIA ​​and F1 to be an ally of this sport. But I believe that the important issues are other “(ANSA).

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