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Smaller teams stand in the way of delaying FRIC ban

A number of the smaller teams are ready to protest any car running the soon-to-be banned FRIC (front and rear inter-connected) suspension system. It's believed the leading outfits of Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus and Williams have all agreed not to pursue a protest. They are however having difficulty persuading some of the smaller teams - which have less complex FRIC systems and therefore more to gain from a ban - to do the same. Should unanimous agreement not be reached, the FIA will impose an immediate ban on the system which could see the results of the German Grand Prix voided if just one team continues to run FRIC. If they all agree - something which is deemed unlikely -...
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