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FIA to ban FRIC suspension system from German GP

The FIA is set to ban FRIC (front and rear inter-connected) suspension systems from the German Grand Prix onwards which could rule almost all the cars on the grid illegal. The governing body has studied all the different systems in use and believes it may contravene the regulations, and has therefore advised the teams that they must remove the system from their cars ahead of the German GP in less than a fortnight. "Having now seen and studied nearly every current design of front to rear linked suspension system we, the FIA, are formally of the view that the legality of all such systems could be called into question," read a note issued to the teams on Tuesday. The system is used...
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