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FRIC ban may end Mercedes dominance

Mercedes W05 suspension detail If the latest developments in Formula 1 are any indication, the Mercedes' utter dominance might not last for too much longer. Last year, we reported that a secret under the skin of the silver car is: FRIC – standing for front and rear interconnected. Emulating active suspension, the system is now widespread up and down the pitlane, but the FIA's Charlie Whiting has sent a letter to teams warning that FRIC's legality could be called into question. An immediate ban is reportedly on the cards. And that is not all. The Spanish sports newspaper Marca reports that the FIA is also considering clamping down on the rate and flow of hybrid power from the new 2014...
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