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The Rain came…show got better and better: Qualifying Malaysian Style

Sound? Who has time to complain about the sound when for a second time this year qualifying was weather-affected? What a nail biter. As much as I don’t like the rain during a Grand Prix weekend, I will say this much, it makes the racing exponentially more exciting. The feeling when the rain shows up is that planning, set-up work, and performance go right out the window. This could not have been made clearer than during qualifying for the Malaysian GP. It would be an oversimplification to say there were winners and loser, but clearly some benefitted from the rain and some did not. Benefitted Lewis Hamilton was just behind his teammate in the second and third practice sessions and seemed to...
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