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It really depends how much power you can put to the rear wheel, if there are different output modes for the KERS power system. Not having KERS for the start of a race will have a negative effect on the start as the transmission will be at such a gear where using KERS will be beneficial before the first turn. To say KERS has no effect on a start is *****ic.
Ferrari seem to have the best setup for starting races, Mark almost always seems to be the one suffering mech and KERS failures (see last two years) KERS this, KERS that the year Vettel ran away with it, last year not so bad until Vettel and Red Bull found their way.
Given Mark's horrible starts for such a long time, its clear, VERY CLEAR, RedBull are not interested in seeing Mark lead by the first turn. He does not suck that bad, and there is only so much a driver can do before they are limited by the hardware they are sitting in.