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Top teams resigned to FRIC ban

Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links In Focus: Rule changes News: Mercedes could be hurt by FRIC ban - Bottas News: FRIC ban would not be a 'game changer' - Boullier Formula One's top teams are reportedly ready to remove their Front and Rear Interconnected (FRIC) suspension systems for the German Grand Prix amidst growing doubts unanimous support for delaying a ban can found. Autosport reports Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus and Williams are among the outfits willing to support a pact to not protest rivals for running FRIC for the remainder of 2014. This would appear to end suggestions that the issue was raised to the FIA as a plot to slow Mercedes, who are thought to have one...
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