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No FRIC agreement for German GP

Teams running the FRIC system at the German GP are risking protests after the FIA failed to get the green light to ban the concept. The sport's governing body had written to all teams to inform them that the Front-and-Rear Interconnected Suspension (FRIC) systems contravened Article 3.15 of F1's Technical Regulations, but they need a unanimous agreement from all 11 outfits to go ahead with the ban. However, N reports that the FIA has confirmed that a deal could not be reached during the latest discussions. "We have not yet got, nor do we expect to get, the agreement of all teams to the proposed amnesty," a spokesperson said. Failure to get a unanimous agreement opens the door for...
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