Secrets of F1 suspension: active and FRIC

Secrets of F1 suspension: active and FRIC

With a return of active suspension for the first time since 1993 on the cards, CRAIG SCARBOROUGH explains it and the current interconnected systems

With Formula 1 weighing up lifting the ban on active suspension, which was outlawed ahead of the 1994 season, it's worth revisiting the concept.

CRAIG SCARBOROUGH explains the efforts teams have gone to replicate active suspension's effects within the current regulations, and the potential benefits its return could offer.

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