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There was one meeting where the first couple of cars on the one lap qualifying set a reasonable time, and then the rain poured down and everyone else was struggling to even stay on the track. Fortunately, that was the first of the two sessions, so everyone did better times in the second session. I cannot remember which GP it was, but I think a Minardi was leading the time sheets after Q1. I think they realised that if the second session had also been a washout you could have had just two or three cars on the grid and everyone else outside the 107% line which would have been even worse than the Indy fiasco, so I think that was when they decided the rule was obsolete.