F1 » Brawn plays down suspension concerns


Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn insists that he sees no reason why the team's suspension system should attract opposition.

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April 14, 2013 6:31 AM

Richard, a perfect system which is not possible (nothing mechanical is or can ever be 100% perfect) will be aimed at improving diving under braking, pitch, roll, wheel lift and finally keep a constant ride height.
Remember the BMC Austin/Morris 1100 hydro/elastic?.

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