F1 2009 follows Mario Kart's control setup, with five options to choose from: Wii Remote and Nunchuk, Wii Remote, Classic Controller, Wii Wheel, and the Logitech Wii steering wheel. Our hands-on with the game was with the nunchuk and remote, and we're pleased to report that it felt both natural and responsive. The analogue stick is used to steer, and the buttons are used for acceleration, braking, and switching camera angles. A tap of the C button engages the latest addition in F1 tactics: the Kinetic Energy Recovery System. KERS was introduced to the sport this season and gives drivers a short boost by recovering kinetic energy lost during braking. While only a few of the teams have implemented KERS in 2009, it remains to be seen which ones will have it in the game. To create an even playing field, however, we'd expect all teams to have it available. When used tactically, KERS might mean the difference between victory and settling for runner-up.You can read the full preview here and do not forget to view our game profile.