Mar.28 (GMM) Red Bull will use KERS at next weekend's Malaysian grand prix.
The reigning champions did not have the energy-recovery system fitted to their RB7 cars in Melbourne as Sebastian Vettel strolled to pole position and the win.But team boss Christian Horner said: "We will run KERS in Malaysia."It was a very marginal decision not to run it (in Australia)," he told the Guardian. "In Malaysia there is a long run to the first turn and we are keen to get it on the car there."Championship leader Vettel, however, has mixed thoughts. He told Bild newspaper that KERS is a "fundamental tool" this year that is worth "three to five tenths per lap"."We're working on having it on the car," he added.But in Auto Motor und Sport, the 23-year-old is quoted as saying: "It's expensive, complicated and not green."Vettel flew to Bali for a holiday after winning on Sunday.