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FIA moves to ban interlinked suspension

The FIA has moved to clamp down on interlinked suspension systems being developed by teams. A Technical Directive sent to teams from Charlie Whiting has clarified the governing body's stance on the systems, which he says contravene Article 3.15 of the Technical Regulations.In recent seasons teams have developed complicated systems designed to transfer suspension load from front to rear as well as diagonally across the car as they attempt to control the car's pitch and roll.Pitch describes the rocking of a car from front to back as the suspension loads change, while roll relates to the twisting of the chassis which can result in a loss of tyre grip. By reducing the pitch and roll the car...
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