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Smaller teams set to uphold FRIC ban,

Formula One’s top teams are set to remove their FRIC – front/rear interconnected – suspension systems ahead of the German Grand Prix, with the unanimous support needed for the ban to be delayed until the end of the year seemingly unforthcoming. While AUTOSPORT reports that Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus and Williams – the teams that make up the F1 Strategy Group – have agreed to not protest each other if any team were to use the system, it appears that the pact does not have unanimous agreement down the grid, with other outfits ready to protest any rival that runs with FRIC in Germany. If reported, any team that was found to be using the suspension...
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