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Think it was a poor decision to stop the quali, we could see in Q1 that the situation was perfectly managable. Yes some drivers had issues, that's what happens in rainy conditions, it seperates the men from the boys.
We all know rain makes for the most exciting and best racing where car performance becomes less important and the driver's input is more important.
For what should have happened, youtube Adelaide 1989. Now that was an exciting race in a time when they were still allowed to happen eventhough the cars were much less safe back then.