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Lauda says no FRIC won't change much for Mercedes

Niki Lauda issue in the days and months before Charlie Whiting's letter to the teams after the British Grand Prix. 'The motives of McLaren and Ferrari are obvious,' said the correspondents. Red Bull is also facing up to having to remove FRIC before Hockenheim for fear of protests. 'In recent years we have often had to re-do something that has previously been declared legal,' Helmut Marko said. 'It's the same with this system now. But our disadvantages are perhaps not as great as some others.'
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