ESPImperium wrote:dumbdave wrote:Must be electrical KERS if they have a man standing by to ground it!
Personally i think the flybrid KERS has the advantage in weight & cooling requirements over the electrical. Would love to know which teams are using it though, possibly Renault as flybrid is a company run by ex-Renault engine designers. Red Bull maybe given their existing link with the renault engine, but that doesnt mean they will use it.
Personally i think that Renault and Ferarri are both working in conjuction with Magnetti Marenelli to produce 2 diffrent systems, specific to the Renault and Ferarri engine packages that will be both used by Ferarri and Renault and Red Bull/Torro Rosso as well.
I think that Renault is using a Flybrid and Ferarri is using a Electrical system.
The McLaren system will be shared with FIF1 as well, with Toyota, BMW Sauber, Williams and Honda each developing their own systems.
I dont see why Renault would work with Magnetti on a flybrid product? As i understand it Flybrid produce their own flywheel system & utilise a Torotrack CVT?