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For all of you conspiracy theorist. Why does RBR have to plague Webber with all the technical problems? especially at Australia where's his track record is already very poor.
Also, Webber is a known poor starter so why would they bother blaming it on the ECU if it wasn't true? There's nothing to gain by doing it.
For the KERS problems Webber always faces how about this? We all know Adrian Newey likes to pack his cars tight which limits cooling. Well what if the reason Webber is always having KERS ( and over hearing problems last year) is because he's simply "too big" for the car. Vettel's smaller size means he's a small proportion to the car than Webber is. So whereas Vettel takes up 40%(just a random number dont read into it) of the entire car, Webber takes up 45%(again just a random number) of the entire car. This means that Vettel has an extra 5% of space that can be dedicated to cooling the car. Or maybe the KERS and other parts of Vettels car aren't as tightly packed beca