F1 » Horner lays blame on McLaren ECU for Webber woes


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Continued, furthermore at the start which in itself is a fine balancing act on the part of the driver the engine revs at the clutch bite point (kiss point) is far less than maximum which means the engine is not producing it’s maximum HP, the same goes for KERS, the KERS MGU motor develops a maximum of 80hp at 36000rpm (at double the engine rpm) so again same as the engine maximum power output is developed at maximum rpm. Hope all that is understood and was of help to those interested but with apologises to those not interested in the technicalities.



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