xpensive wrote:timbo is correct of course, when one liter of gasoline holds 34 200 kJ.
But even so, any saving is obviously dependent of the driver holding back on the throttle when releasing KERS.
Scotracer wrote:KERS can't be used as a fuel saving device as it only works on full throttle.
BreezyRacer wrote:Scotracer wrote:KERS can't be used as a fuel saving device as it only works on full throttle.
Any power that doesn't come from the petrol is going to save fuel/ vs power used. Imagine how hard it will be to accelerate these heavier cars next year. Certainly the KERS will help with that.
WhiteBlue wrote:I expect Merc to change their stance on KERS pretty soon and FOTA may have more than one member which supports KERS. To change the rule for 2010 unanimity is required, which I do not expect to happen.
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