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'Zero chance of agreement'

Force India's Otmar Szafnauer has rated the chances of Formula 1's teams coming to a unanimous agreement to continue running FRIC suspension systems in 2014 'zero' ahead of this weekend's German GP.In the technical talking point which is dominating the sport's return to racing action this weekend at Hockenheim, some of the grid's key teams are thought to be looking to gain agreement among all 11 outfits that they can continue to run with FRIC - front to rear interconnected suspension - for the rest of the season without protest from a rival.The move follows the letter FIA Technical Delegate Charlie Whiting last week sent to all teams informing them that following investigations into the...
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