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Button expects bigger FRIC impact in Hungary

Jenson Button is expecting the recent banning of the FRIC suspension system to have a greater influence on the hierarchy in Hungary than it did in Germany. All teams removed the Front and Rear Interconnecting suspension systems from their cars ahead of the German Grand Prix after it was outlawed by the FIA, with mixed opinions on whether the ban had had an effect on the performance of the cars. However, Button believes its influence will prove more noticeable at the Hungaroring, a circuit that is notorious for its bumpy surface and challenging kerbs, suggesting teams that weren't so reliant on the system stand to perform better. With this in mind, Button is confident McLaren-Mercedes is...
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