F1 » Vettel: We need KERS now!

Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel fears Red Bull Racing's current advantage in F1 2011 will soon evaporate should the team not swiftly conquer its niggling KERS issues...

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June 29, 2011 4:34 PM

I have a feeling that not only Vettel is urging his team to solve the KERS issue finally but he is indeed very concerned about the imminent bdiffuser ban to dissolute the last advantage they had so far as well. On the other hand, it's worthy to point out just how critical this KERS evolved from the to be or not to be status to the must have one in less than a year !
The next few races will make clear wether this acted as RBR achille's heel or not. Imho

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 29, 2011 6:14 PM

A day or two ago Vettel and Horner announced that they had no worries. Sounds like a lot of worries are heading their way. Backtracking... seems common in F1 although Lewis only one crusified for it. As Sunny says.. seems like their spit hadn't dried before retracting.

.: Taya :. - Unregistered

June 29, 2011 7:49 PM

Albeit sublimely talented...I find it disconcerting how even Vettel shows his hand on how heavily the current crop of F1 drivers rely on the electronic assists these days to keep themselves at the top of the heap. I guess if it helps with some semblance of overtaking and competitiveness in the F1 circus but...sigh.

FIArulessuck - Unregistered

June 29, 2011 9:04 PM

shut up Seb, you're racing off into the distance already, we're back to the old days of one driver/team dominance, half the time I can't be ar5ed to watch the races now. Not to take anything away from red bull and seb but the sooner FIA re-introduce testing ,even in a limited capacity , the better it'll be ........CAN YOU HEAR ME FIA

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