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FIA reportedly planning ban on FRIC suspension system

The FIA could ban FRIC (front/rear interconnected) suspension systems from the German Grand Prix after the legality of the system was brought into question. According to a report by AUTOSPORT, the FIA informed teams on Tuesday that they must remove the suspension system – which links the front and rear suspension to maintain ride height – from their cars ahead of the race at Hockenheim in two weeks’ time or face being disqualified from the event. “Having now seen and studied nearly every current design of front to rear linked suspension system [FRIC] we, the FIA, are formally of the view that the legality of all such systems could be called into question,”...
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