Last race was good by Fernando, but all good drivers have had good wet races, one good race doesnt suddenly make you a rainmaster if you have been nowhere in rain most of your career. A sad truth is that Fernando has had only few great wet races during his career, most of his rainy day perfomances have been poor or mediocre at best, so basically he or his fans shouldnt hope for rain because lightning rarely strikes twice in same place - meaning Alonso having two great wet races back to back would be quite a miracle considering most of his perormances in wet.
In your estimation, who are the TRUE wet weather Maestros in F1 currently? What is your criteria? How many crashes/incidents make them BAD in the wet? I witnessed M. Schumacher's brilliance in real time, so you don't need to include him. How about the early 30's and under crowd. If Alonso's performances are MOSTLY
"poor or mediocre", who are the drivers and what are the performances that set those you choose apart?
Thanks for that.
Edited by PoleMan, 12 April 2012 - 17:55.