Mark Webber complains about KERS failure

"It was on and off, and then completely off. It was a moving target. We needed to screw around with brake balance," he said after finishing third in the Indian Grand Prix.

updated: October 28, 2012 18:43 IST
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Greater Noida: Australian Mark Webber bemoaned the 'demoralising' loss of his Kinetic Energy Regeneration System (KERS) on his Red Bull car on Sunday after struggling to hang on to third place in the Indian Grand Prix.

He was running in a comfortable second place in the early stages of the 60-laps race, but after about 20 laps he said he began to suffer from intermittent KERS problems that restricted his ability to defend his position, notably in battles on the straights.

He said: "I think it started to go wrong around lap 19 or 20, maybe a bit earlier."

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