Yes, it happened always when the car was moving. Even more axactly, always when I just started running from a standing position.
I was not flooring when it has blown out, but I'll try it (currently the car is at the service, so unfortunately I can't try it out right now). The same for the whirring sound. I'll try these out before taking the car from the service, maybe with your tips i'll manage to reproduce it reliably. That would already be a great thing.
The fuse that blows out is near the battery, in the box that stands vertically if you look at the car from the front. It holds two fuses and two bigger things (relays?). The one that blows out is the right-side fuse.
(Unfortunately, even by owner's manual is in the car now...)
When it blows out, the motor stops running (does not get fuel). I have ignition, have everything electrical, but no fuel. Also, my power steering stops (maybe this is a side effect).
I also hope it will be a contact problem, but now i'd be glad to pay a higher sum just to have things fixed!
Thanks for your tips!