The previous F1 champion has hit out a number of occasions on the racing organisation’s coverage on jewelry
Lewis Hamilton might stop System 1 after clashing with bosses over their jewelry coverage, a columnist has claimed.
The previous world champion has endured a irritating begin to the season, ending sixth within the Miami grand prix with the Mercedes automotive showing to be effectively off the tempo of the frontrunners.
It has additionally been a irritating season for Lewis off the monitor the place he has clashed with bosses.
Lewis Hamilton has instructed System One’s rulers that he won’t take away his nostril piercing for the remainder of the season.
The 37-year-old stated he would take away his earrings and was handed a two-race medical exemption for his nostril stud which can’t be simply taken out.
Nevertheless, after qualifying sixth on Saturday, Hamilton stated he was not happy with the compromise and insisted he wouldn’t take away the nostril piercing when his exemption expires on the Monaco Grand Prix on Could 29.
Columnist Jonathan McEvoy believes Hamilton is on the stage of his profession the place the problem might see him go away the game.
He wrote: “So what likelihood Hamilton, aged 37 and within the twilight of his profession, being so disgruntled by his perceived therapy that he makes this the casus belli over which to stop, presumably in mid-season and particularly if his Mercedes automotive continues to tarry?
“He would have struck a giant blow in his campaign for “variety” and forged himself as a martyr in that trigger.
“He would additionally, as we’ve alluded to, chosen a handy manner out of his present two-year contract that provides him no rapid prospect of signing off with the eighth world title he craves to gild his legacy.”
He additionally stated within the Mail On-line: “There’s time for decision to be reached, however it’s arduous proper now to see how. It’s a disgrace that that is the hill on which both occasion would select to die.”