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FIA confirms all teams have removed FRIC systems

The FIA has confirmed that all 11 teams have chosen to remove FRIC (front and rear inter-connected) suspension systems from their cars for the German Grand Prix. In a technical document issued on Thursday, FIA technical delegate Jo Bauer confirmed the news having inspected all 22 cars. "I can confirm that no car is fitted with a front to rear linked suspension systems of any sort," he said. It comes as the teams failed to find unanimous agreement on a decision to delay a ban on FRIC until 2015, therefore leaving the door open to protests should a team opt to run it. With the removal of such systems from all the cars, the threat of a protest has been removed. It isn't clear what...
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