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The fact that the results of wet races are a roll of the dice and sometimes allow drivers who would otherwise not win races to do so does not support the notion that wet races are the true test of driver skill.
I don't deny that we sometimes see drivers in mediocre cars achieve results in the wet that would never be possible in the dry. I just don't see why this is supposed to be a good thing in itself.
Button, Hungary 2006 - only 7 of 22 cars finished the race.