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Bottas unconcerned about possible FRIC ban

Valtteri Bottas is not concerned about the possible ban of the FRIC systems for the German Grand Prix, saying that the teams ahead of Williams will be affected the most. Earlier this week, AUTOSPORT reported that the FIA is set to ban the front-rear interconnected suspension systems as they are deemed to be in breach of the technical regulations. Unless the teams unanimously agree to postpone the ban until 2015, it will come into effect for next week's race at the Hockenheim. Speaking to reporters following yesterday's test at Silverstone, Bottas explained how he is not concerned about any possible changes. 'Maybe some teams could be more affected than us I would say,' said the Finn....
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