F1 » Brawn plays down suspension concerns


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The so called FRIC ride height system Mercedes and Lotus are rumoured to be using must up to now be regarded as speculation, but the following should be born in mind. The suspension system must be so arranged that its response results only from changes to the load applied to the wheels, and any suspension travel caused by any other force such as hydraulic or mechanical force is illegal. But we have seen many a contradictory interpretation of the rules by the FIA even after first giving the go ahead to a team (Lotus ride height), nobody can be sure what the FIA interpretation will be (remember maclaren’s F-DUCT) triggered by the driver’s knee?.



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