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Richard, according to the rule the data acquisition in the RBR garage/pit is supposed to be one way (from car to garage/PIT) so no signal or activation of any sort can happen from garage/pit to car. The enable or disable of KERS is supposed to be triggered/done by the driver. Defective software in the garage/pit data acquisition computer/s being only allowed to be one way from car to garage/pit should not affect any operation on the car.



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