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'FRIC ban will hurt Merc most'

Marussia driver Max Chilton believes an outlawing of front and rear interconnected (FRIC) suspension could hurt Mercedes more than any other team.A leaked letter to the teams on Tuesday revealed that the FIA have decided that the systems are in breach of Article 3.15 of F1's Technical Regulations as they could be considered moveable aerodynamic devices.The governing body's directive overshadowed the final day of testing at Silverstone, and the Marussia driver told Sky Sports News: 'I hear the Mercedes system is very complicated so it could affect them more.'Chilton dedicated much of his test day at Silverstone to running without the FRIC system on the Marussia in case it is banned ahead of...
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