LEWIS HAMILTON has reportedly removed his nose stud ahead of the British Grand Prix.
The seven-time world champion has seemingly made the move after being threatened with a racing ban by the FIA this year.
Lewis Hamilton has reportedly removed his nose piercing for the British GP
And PA claims Hamilton removed his nose stud for opening practice at Silverstone on Friday.
The Mercedes star, 37, was given a medical exemption for two races – Miami and Barcelona – where he was allowed to wear piercings.
But last month the FIA demanded Hamilton remove all items to comply with new safety regulations.
The Brit first responded by turning up to a press conference decorated in bling.
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