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Sauber hints at keeping FRIC for German GP

Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has hinted that her outfit will continue to run with FRIC (front and rear inter-connected) suspension at the German Grand Prix. Whilst not as advanced as some, the Swiss outfit is known to run a FRIC system on its C33, therefore it would likely contravene the regulations should Charlie Whiting's assessment that the system is illegal under 'moveable aerodyanmic devices' be correct. It is yet to be seen whether the stewards will agree with his decision, but most teams have opted to remove the system as a precaution. Kaltenborn however, speaking to reporters on Thursday, insists the Sauber system complies with the rules and will therefore be on the car,...
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