The thing is that you can overcome that rule by harvesting from the turbine and send it directly to the K as it has been confirmed to be the case.saviour stivala wrote: ↑Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:27 am"Understanding ERS duty cycle" This understanding must be done in accordance with what the rules allows and not with what ones interpretations of what the rules allows.
Spielberg is a track were harvesting by the MGU-K is more difficult to do than to deploy.
Andy Cowell "In Spielberg, the drivers need to harvest at every opportunity, but they're deploying it just as regularly, with 33.33 seconds of boost to be used in 68 seconds lap, they can take advantage of that extra power for almost 50% of the lap, if they get it right".
What holds them back with more straights then braking points to let their MGU-H UNLIMITTED FLOW TO MGU-K being used to deploy through the "K" A CONSTANT I60 BHP to the crankshaft for longer than the 33.33 seconds per lap the rules mandate?.
If anything Andy Cowell just wants to keep it a secret that they are doing cause maybe that quote is old (2014?) and he thought not everybody was exploring that too much maybe?
Anyway when and where is that quote? I put it on google but it has absolutely no results. Can you put the source here?