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I find it quite funny that people on this site refer to Jenson as "no grip". The minute that the sky opens up and the grip actually disappears he usually makes the rest of the grid look like amateurs. What's even funnier is that when he does this he gets nothing but ridicule, saying that he's not a good driver cause he can only win in the wet or changeable conditions. Yet Senna's brilliance in the wet and changeable conditions is often quoted as one of the reasons people thought he was so good with his lap at Donnington in 93 often referred to as the 'lap of the gods'.

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