F1 needs to just get on with it in the wet

F1 needs to just get on with it in the wet

No one wants to see drivers get hurt, but there are ways for Formula 1 to handle wet weather without the delays, disruption and confusion that hurt the 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix

Brazil was one of those races that seemed to have no end, taking just over three hours to complete with two red flags and five safety cars. This was a self-inflicted wound for Formula 1.

It's hardly new for it to rain on race day, but the powers that be seem to be far less accepting of such conditions, and the challenge they present to drivers, than they were in the past.

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