F1 » Horner lays blame on McLaren ECU for Webber woes


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Continued, when the driver hits the brakes the clutch will engage and the MGU will function as a generator (charging the batteries), when the driver activates KERS the clutch engage and the MGU will function as a motor (capacity) 80hp for 6.6 seconds, these 80hp for 6.6 seconds can be divided and any portion used at will by the driver, because the clutch acts like a switch on demand (braking or KERS activation) when the MGU is not in use the crankshaft has no additional hardware (mass) to rotate, at the start (from a standstill) KERS will come on line above 100km/h. (Note) inside the distance Webber covered to reach 100km/h and where KERS is not on line he was passed by several cars.



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