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New set-up a challenge - Hamilton

Getty Images Enlarge Lewis Hamilton admits he yet to find the "sweet spot" on his Mercedes after the team removed the Front and Rear Interconnected (FRIC) suspension systemm. The FIA confirmed on Friday morning no team will run FRIC this weekend for fear of reprisals from the stewards, with Hamilton getting practice without the system at last week's Silverstone test. Despite topping FP2 Hamilton, who ran wide on a few occasions on Friday, says he still has a way to go before he feels comfortable with his new set-up. "Ok, it wasn't a perfect session," Hamilton replied when asked how FP2 went. "It was a little difficult to find a balance today with the track being...
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