David Croft Writes for Silverstone

So it rained in Malaysia. Of course it did, it always rains in Malaysia and I often think that the easiest job for any TV Presenter would be to become a weather forecaster for one of the stations in Kuala Lumpur. Every day it would be a case of…“Well its going to be hot today, with rising humidity and a high chance of thundery showers in the mid to late afternoon.

So itll come as no surprise to you all to learn that for the third year in a row it rained in qualifying on the Saturday in Sepang and that had the race started at 5pm instead of two hours earlier, wed have had rain during the Grand Prix as well.

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