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Brundle: Active suspension would be like 'Scalextric'

Nigel Mansell won the 1992 drivers' title at a canter thanks to active suspension Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links In Focus: Rule changes Martin Brundle believes the Strategy Group's proposed plan to re-introduce active suspension in 2017 would make the sport resemble dull "Scalextric" races. Active suspension, which keeps the ride height of a car level at all times despite the bumps of a grand prix circuit, maximising grip and efficiency, has been banned since the start of the 1994 season but is part of the recent F1 Strategy Group proposals in a bid to reduce expenditure without resorting to a cost cap. But Sky Sports F1 pundit Brundle is not sure it would be good for fans...
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