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FIA confirms no teams running FRIC in Germany

– Governing body the FIA has confirmed that no teams will be running with front-and-rear-interconnected suspension during this weekend's German Grand Prix, following preliminary scrutineering at Hockenheim."I can confirm that no car is fitted with a front to rear linked suspension system of any sort," read a statement issued by FIA Technical Delegate Jo Bauer.More to follow.
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