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FRIC benefit over half a second per lap - Force India

Force India dont believe unanimous agreement will be found in order to delay the impeding ban on FRIC (front to rear inter-connected) suspension. Otmar Szafnauer, Force India's chief operating officer, believes a fully-developed system - like that being run by Mercedes - could give an advantage of over half a second per lap. He therefore believes that smallers teams which aren't running it or have a simplified version will back the immediate ban as it could see them take a step closer to their rivals. "It can make a significant difference, it can be half a second a lap if not more depending on if you've developed the entire car around it over the winter and in the wind tunnel," he...
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