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Removing FRIC not a big difference - Alonso

Sutton Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso is confident Ferrari will adapt to running without FRIC [Front and Rear Interconnected] suspension and said he did not feel a huge difference during Friday practice for the German Grand Prix. Ferrari was among the teams keen to keep FRIC until the end of the season, but without the agreement of the rest of the paddock it was effectively banned and removed from all cars. The system works by maintaining the car's ride height and offering an aerodynamic advantage, but Alonso said there was not a big difference from the cockpit. "I don't think going away with FRIC changed much in terms of driving style and in order to have a clear picture you'd have...
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