By Alan Baldwin LONDON, April 28 (Reuters) - Formula One's KERS systems, scrapped by teams last year as too costly at a time of financial belt-tightening, could make a comeback next season in a cheaper and more powerful guise. Williams technical director Sam Michael told Reuters after a meeting of the teams' association FOTA on Wednesday that Ferrari and Renault had offered to supply systems at affordable prices. "Basically Ferrari and Renault put forward proposals that they could do ...
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