F1 » Horner lays blame on McLaren ECU for Webber woes


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rob. did you READ he story in autosport. mes say they BELIEVE that the problem was in the rbr garage. yes, rbr could not receive the telemetry. then mes go on to say that they are working with rbr to ensure that it doesnt happen again. now, i would be the first to admit that i know nothing about computers, but this seems to say that there was no communication between the telemetry being transmitted from the car, and the garage. to me that indicates that there was a problem with the transmission, bearing in mind that the software for transmission and reception is supplied by mes. yes, there may have been no actual defect in the ecu, per se, but it was in the software, prohibiting transfer of info, and also blocking kers. funny how the SAME problems affected several teams in testing.



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