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FIA: No teams using FRIC in Germany

Jo Bauer, the FIA's Technical Delegate, has tonight confirmed that no teams are using FRIC (front to rear linked suspension systems) this weekend in Germany.In the post-scrutineering report issued this evening, Bauer wrote: 'For information purposes, I can confirm that no car is fitted with a front to rear linked suspension system of any sort.'The announcement ends a week of speculation which followed Charlie Whiting's revelation that the system will be banned in 2015.Teams were subsequently told that they could continue using the systems for the remainder of this season providing there was unilateral agreement.It was feared that some teams would put self-interest first - hard to believe...
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