Mercedes-Benz Motorsport and KERS Hybrid

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F1 KERS system 2009
SUBSCRIBE for daily car videos! http://vid.io/xkQ Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS) have been introduced into Formula One as part of the sport's major regulation change for 2009. A means to recover energy created under braking, the new regulation will see all teams running either a battery or flywheel system this season in an effort to improve racing. With the potential for the systems to be filtered into other applications, KERS is also one of the sport's major green initiatives. Williams is the only team on the grid to be using a flywheel system which is demonstrated in this film, together with the team's Chief Designer, Ed Wood and CEO of Williams Hybrid Power, Ian Foley





BMW Mechanic in KERS Shocker
A BMW Sauber technician was injured yesterday with an electric shock given off by the experimental Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) equipped F1.07C car. The incident occurred when test driver Christian Klien pulled into the pits and the technician touched the car for the first time following a test run at Jerez. "During testing of the KERS car at the Jerez track this morning, there was an incident involving a mechanic," a BMW Sauber spokesman explained. "When the car returned to the pits, he touched it and suffered an electric shock. He sustained slight injuries to his left hand and grazing on his left arm." The technician was taken to the circuit's medical centre for a brief examination before rejoining the test team. An investigation is underway to determine the cause.





Porsche 911 GT2 v Corvette ZR1 - drag race by autocar.co.uk
Which is faster in a one-mile drag race? Porsche 911 GT2 or Corvette ZR1? Visit http://www.autocar.co.uk/porsche/ for the latest Porsche news and reviews, or http://www.autocar.co.uk/chevrolet for the ZR1 reviews. Get the latest car news and reviews at http://www.autocar.co.uk





0-100 km/h - 2,6s F1 Ferrari KERS - Fernando Alonso
0-100 km/h - 2,6s 0-160 km/h - 3,9s 0-200 km/h - 5,1s 0-250 km/h - 7,3s




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