I disagree. he may have had a different setup, but not 'more wet'. The radio traffic indicated brake balance, they were telling him Rosberg's settings? They set the car up differently, that's all. Why would either of them go for a setting that suits a wet track more, when they were familiar with Sunday's meteo?
You could be right! But they both had different set ups which means on must
have more of a wet set up. They both knew qualy would be wet and the race dry and so I think Rosberg gambled and set up more wet so he could ace qualy (front row by his words) and then try and control the race after from the front. Hamilton could have gone for a more dry set up and therefore tried to be faster in the race...
After typing that I have changed my mind - you are most certainly wrong
Edited by amppatel, 16 March 2013 - 19:42.