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Drivers doubt removing FRIC will change order

Sutton Images Enlarge Top drivers including Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are not expecting the removal of FRIC [Front and Rear Interconnected] suspension systems to have a big impact on the relative performance of their cars at the German Grand Prix. After the FIA warned the teams ahead of the weekend about FRIC, the top teams will remove their systems from their cars this weekend in Germany. Mercedes is believed to be among the teams gaining the biggest advantage from the system but Hamilton does not think he will lose out. "Naturally, we are always looking for improvements, sometimes we are making modifications which are half a tenth faster, and undoubtedly we might lose some...
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