F1 » Horner lays blame on McLaren ECU for Webber woes


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Continued, Yesterday I said that Webber not having KERS available at the start means he had 80hp less than others, yes but not really, my opinion is Webber simply had one of his by now standard bad starts, some technical explanation at least for those interested is needed on this subject. Assuming that Webber had a KERS issue, by the time the KERS issue came into effect he (Webber) was overtaken (passed) by several cars, that is why I say he had one of by now his trade mark bad starts. Now here is an explanation as to why I say “by the time the KERS issue came into effect”. The KERS boost is available and used/operated at the start, but not immediately the red lights turn off, in fact the system can load and release energy (power) at speeds above 100km/h. To be continued.



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