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FIA clears the air around FRIC

The world of Formula-1 was caught by surprise earlier this week when Charlie Whiting wrote a letter to each team to inform them that the FRIC system could be viewed as illegal, hence FIA can’t warrant that cars with FRIC on board pass the technical checks from the German GP onward. Team principals were surprised when they received the document from the governing body and some believed the reason behind the move was to spice up the show in the ultra dominant Mercedes-era in which only technical glitches can stop the German team from conquering the first two places. However FIA conceded the talks about the front-rear connected suspension layout date back to May when discussions about...
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