Mark Webber believes that it was his KERS that caught fire following contact with Adrian Sutil during the Korean Grand Prix.
Sutil hit the back of Webber under braking for turn three and while the Force India driver was able to continue, Webber's RB9 caught fire.
'I don't know what happened, but obviously he hit me from the inside and that was that. There was quite a lot of damage at the back of the car and I hope it hasn't gone towards the chassis – we will have to see before the next race,' he said.
'I think the KERS caught fire very quickly because the contact was very high. I think it was an immediate KERS fire.'
'The fire got quite heavy quite quickly, so it was good that the guys...
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