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@Prof-x - I believe that you have misinterpreted what Sunny said. The way that I understand it is that there is gearing between the KERS unit and the drive shaft which allows the KERS unit to spin at twice the speed of the drive shaft. So for the KERS to produce maximum horsepower the engine has to be at 18000 rpm. I did not see anything about an alternator or as you put it a "gizmo" in Sunny's post. While I am no authority on the technical side of F1 I trust that Sunny is not theorizing here. Remember that there are a lot of comments from people on this site for whom English is not their first language. As for the ad hominems perhaps you should re-read what you posted in your attack on Sunny.



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