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Whom are we supposed to believe RBR or MES?.
RBR says MES supplied ECU was at fault while MES says the problem was inside the RBR garage telemetry.
If what MES is saying is the truth there might be illegal technical implications.
If the telemetry from the RB9 of Webber was at fault the car itself is not supposed to have been effected as telemetry (data acquisition) is supposed to be one way (from car to pit/garage) according to the rules, that rule has been in effect since mclaren was caught doing adjustments to the car from the pits.
Another thing, if the RB9 of Webber had a KERS failure at the start he would have been short of 80 hp but telemetry (data acquisition) in the garage/pit is not supposed to have affected his start and that includes his KERS.