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Grosjean: FRIC ban hurts us more than others

Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado say they believe the move to ban FRIC from the F1 cars is hurting Lotus more than its rivals after struggling for form on the first day of free practice for the German Grand Prix. Both Maldonado and Grosjean were down the order in both free practice sessions around the Hockenheimring, the duo ending the day in 16th and 17th respectively, ahead only of the Marussias, Caterhams and the Sauber of Esteban Gutierrez. Asked whether the decision to remove the much discussed Front and Rear Interconnected suspension systems (FRIC) from the Lotus had made a difference, though Grosjean says he likes to drive without it, he feels it is 'hurting' the team more than...
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