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No agreement on FRIC ahead of German GP

Sutton Images Enlarge Formula One teams are not expected to come to an agreement over the use of FRIC (Front and Rear Interconnected) suspension systems ahead of the German Grand Prix, raising the prospect of protests against any team that opts to run it this weekend. Following the British Grand Prix, F1 technical delegate Charlie Whiting wrote to the teams saying the FIA is "firmly of the view that the legality of all such systems could be called into question" but that it would permit the use of FRIC suspension if all the teams agreed to allow it. However, on Wednesday an FIA spokesman confirmed to N that no such agreement is in place ahead of this weekend's race, meaning any...
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