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Vettel is a talent, no doubt. His ability to qualify well when the pressure is down is astounding, yet, a bit of moisture and he struggled this time.
In fairness, his first win was in the wet, so he's no slouch, but he's unlikely to inherit Schuey's "Rain Meister" title, or repeat Senna's overtake of 5 cars in one wet lap (especially considering that was at Donnington)
I love wet qualifying. The technology is taken out of it and the driver has to 'feel' for when to push and when to hold the line. Also great to see that Webber was able to hang with Schumacher and Alonso, two of the best wet weather drivers in the field.