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‘FRIC shake-up short-lived'

James Allison has given his reaction to the clampdown on FRIC suspension systems, with Ferrari's chassis technical director thinking that any shake-up of the F1 field would be short-lived.'I think it tends to make everyone understeer a bit more, because everyone's front ride height will be a bit higher than it otherwise might have been,' Allison said at the German GP.'I think it's too early to say whether it shakes things up or not. If it does, my guess is that it'll be fairly short-lived because people get used to it and figure out a way to get their cars set up without FRIC.'With the FIA's move to outlaw front-to-rear interconnected suspension systems dominating the run-up to this...
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