- Feb 13, 2013
I don't agree with that. We've had many interesting races in dry conditions over the last years. And a race is so much more than just the winner anyway.No problem with that.
It just shows that it needs rain so that F1 can become a little exciting again.
When it’s dry it’s the normal & predictable Merc show. Can’t tell what's exciting about that?
PS I could also name a few utterly boring races won by a Ferrari or a Red Bull.