MELBOURNE (Reuters CAIRO) - Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner, thinking that his team will need a KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems) when appearing in the Malaysian GP on the second series of Formula 1 (F1) 2011 on 10 April. According to him, it (KERS) to a claim if they still want to continue to be in front this season.
Late last week, Red Bull look very spectacular at Albert Park Circuit, Australia. Since its start, Sebastian Vettel who won the pole position for the opening series continues to lead the way race, until finally a winner and now leads the standings.
Vettel opened the 2011 season with an impressive appearance. After packing the fastest time in qualifying session, the defending champion is also the first across the finish line in a race with time sufficiently far adrift from rivals.
Revealed later, the German driver was driving without using a true KERS could boost the speed for a moment.