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Senna won plenty of races in the rain including if I'm not mistaken his 1st one in the Lotus, he was regarded as a rain master, which is one of the things that his reputation is built on.
Hamilton I would say is pretty good in the rain. I haven't seen him do anything really, really special in the rain except Silverstone that one time (although Heidfeld should have won that race had BMW not messed up his tyre strategy). If you look at when he was teammates with Button it was usually the latter who took the spoils in rainy circumstances (before fanb0iz start, I'm not british and not a huge fan of either of the two just calling it as I saw it).
But you're making the argument that because Senna didn't win EVERY race he ever drove in the wet (mind you in Adelaide he was miles away in the lead at the start of the race), he was according to you not a rainmaster and therefore according to me not a natural talent...
Obviously that is a bit of a re-he-he-ach