Lewis Hamilton admits he is hoping for more wet conditions at Spa on Sunday as he's a bit uncertain about Mercedes' package in the dry.
The 28-year-old will start in pole position for the fourth consecutive race after he posted the fastest time with a late dash at a wet Spa on Saturday.
It was another brilliantly timed run for Hamilton as he was the last man to cross the finish line after the chequered flag fell and his 2:01.012 was 0.188s better than that of Sebastian Vettel with Mark Webber down in third spot.
"It was a good job by the team. I was surprised when I came across line. I went wide in Turn One and my dashboard told me I was three seconds down and then it was four seconds...
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