F1 » Horner lays blame on McLaren ECU for Webber woes


With McLaren's technical standing taking a beating on track, now its their provision of the latest generation of ECUs that's under the spotlight.

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richard

March 19, 2013 8:09 PM

rob. i hope that that is a huge piece of humble pie on your plate. and as for you comment that red bull were trying to do something with the ecu? i doubt that ANY team would try to intefere with a unit supplied by fia.

ghog

March 19, 2013 8:42 PM

After reading Richards post, have just read online that MES has accepted responsibility.

Thats really bad luck for for Mark Webber, can't see how it could ever be put right.

rob01 - Unregistered

March 19, 2013 10:01 PM

richard, they said they would work with Red Bull. This could mean they didn't fully understand the system and need help. Although i was not the only one who pointed a possible finger.

richard

March 20, 2013 7:55 AM

rob. n, i know that you werent, and i was just winding you up! but i did have info on this from the start, and was just trying to show that the mes and mclaren statements had to be studied. they were an exmple of double speak!

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