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Sauber and Kaltenborn threaten the FRIC consensus

July 17, 2014 (F1plus/Graham Keilloh).- After a surprise technical directive from Charlie Whiting following the British Grand Prix stating that in his view ‘FRIC’ suspension systems, used reportedly by all teams on the grid, are illegal, Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn hinted that the Swiss team may not change its suspension for the German Grand Prix running as it believes that its existing system is legal. She also had some strong words to say about the matter of the sport’s technical governance more generally. It had appeared to be the case that all teams would agree not to run such FRIC systems at Hockenheim so as not to risk a protest from a rival. But that consensus...
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