Hamilton is hoping that the worst of the inclement conditions in Canada is behind them and that Sunday will prove to be a much drier, brighter and crucially warmer day for the teams out on the track.
"We'll keep our fingers crossed that the rain stays away for the race and hopefully we can give Seb a run for his money," he said. "Tomorrow should be a good opportunity for us," he added: "The car felt great yesterday in the dry."
"The race will be a step into the unknown," cautioned Wolff. "The forecast says it should be dry and warmer than it has been so far this weekend. That will keep everybody on their toes and should make for a fun afternoon."