Lewis Hamilton says he will race despite jewellery ban, aims to win!

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Lewis Hamilton says he will race at the British Grand Prix, despite the FIA jewellery ban grace period ending, and he believes a win is possible.

The FIA will start enforcing its jewellery ban at the British Grand Prix, but Lewis Hamilton has not yet removed all of it.

However, ahead of the race weekend he says he will definitely compete.

“It’s kind of crazy to think that with all that is going on in the world, that is a focus for people,” the Briton said.

“And I would say that it is worrying because we’ve got so much bigger fish to fry. We’ve really got to start focusing on other, more important areas.

“I will be racing this weekend. I will be working with the FIA. I would say the matter is not particularly, massively important.

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“I will work with Mohammed [Ben Sulayem, FIA president] and his team so that we can progress forward.”

Asked by Sky Spots F1’s Martin Brundle whether he thinks he can achieve a win at his home grand prix, Lewis said he believes he can.

“That is what we will be working on together. We have had a difficult year, and it’s definitely not what we have been hoping for but I feel like we have strengthened in so many other ways.

“We are working towards that first win. It would be an incredible result if we got that this weekend,” the Briton concluded.

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