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this had nothing to do with the water or drainage, this is just down to money, all the dumb drivers that spun off in q1 scared most the paddock and they didnt want to ruin more cars since they have to go straight to the next race, we have all seen them run in waaaaay worse conditions at this very track, if f1 is that hard up for money, 1. stop makng the wet ties
2. if its this bad maybe we could also surround the cars in rubber and keep them all in a enclosed area so no more stuff gets damaged and everyone is perfectly safe
this is supposed to be f1 get it together
and anyone who says it was too much water or not enough drainage ur dumb go back n from watch previous wet races from melbourne, twice as bad as it was yesterday