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GP Week : Issue 42
> F1NEWS> cLaren ONLY three cars ran Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems at the Grand Prix of China, as Formula 1 teams continued their voyage of discovery with the new technology. On arrival in Shanghai both KERS at a minimum in China Ferrari and Renault announced they would not run KERS in China, while BMW said that it would run both drivers with KERS in practice for the first time in 2009, having previously only run the device on Nick Heidfeld’s F1.09. However, after BMW evaluated the data from Kubica’s car after Friday practice, it was decided to revert back to only running KERS on Heidfeld’s car. Lewis Hamilton was the only driver running KERS to qualify in the top 10 on Saturday, with his team-mate Heikki Kovalainen and BMW’s Nick Heidfeld, as the only other Come rain, hail or sand ... Nico Rosberg previews one of his favourite circuits – Bahrain drivers running KERS, failing to make it out of Q2. While both McLarens scored points in the race, Heidfeld did not. Of the two teams to have dropped KERS, neither scored a point in China, and Felipe Massa for one has been vocal in his condemnation of Ferrari’s decision to drop the technology. He is insistent that Ferrari put KERS back on his car in Bahrain this weekend.