Mercedes-Benz Motorsport and KERS Hybrid

Mercedes-Benz Motorsport and KERS Hybrid

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Mercedes-Benz Motorsport and KERS Hybrid
Mercedes-Benz Motorsport has applied the Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) at every Formula 1 race of this season 2009 without any problems. The application of this technique in a Formula 1 vehicle can add a time advantage up to half a second per lap. In our VNR, which contains sound bites of the Member of the Board of Management of Daimler Dr. Thomas Weber and Mercedes-Benz Motorsportchief Norbert Haug, we introduce the complex system of KERS and explain the functions of this technique, which is used in similar form in the Mercedes-Benz series.





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