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Qualifying Analysis: Certainties, brollies and enigmas

In Malaysia, there are two types of weather: a) hot and humid, or b) torrential rain. Qualifying for tomorrow's grand prix was definitely a case of the latter as a deluge struck the Sepang International Circuit around 30 minutes before the first session was scheduled to begin, and it would define a rather exciting session on Saturday. Let's get one thing straight though: the result was pretty much what we expected. Having dominated practice on Friday and Saturday morning, Mercedes was pretty much guaranteed to bag pole position barring something out of the ordinary. Although the heavy rain did threaten to be exactly that, both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg excelled to ensure that it did...
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