1In the days and hours before scrutineering at Hockenheim, uncertainty reigns when it comes to F1's new technical controversy.
The FIA's Charlie Whiting has warned teams that unless they reach an unanimous decision regarding the controversial technology called 'Fric', the risk of protests in Germany and beyond will swirl around the paddock.
'Fric', or front and rear inter-connected, is a complex, hydraulically controlled system that legally mimics active suspension.
It has become almost widespread on the F1 grid, and yet the reasons for the FIA's sudden clampdown is the subject of intense speculation.
But at the end of the day, Whiting's position has pushed the teams into a corner: agree,...
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