Alfa Romeo racers Kimi Raikkonen points out that racers have had no problems racing in the past in the past, while driving current Pirelli tires on a wet track is almost impossible.
While the Suzuki F1 caravan is likely to be a rainy weekend due to the upcoming typhoon, Kimi Raikkonen warns that the heavy rain forecast will cause major problems for racers again.
Finn said before the start of the race weekend before the race for the GP of Japan:
“If the weather is bad, it's best to cancel everything and go home. We know that we are limited by tires that completely lose control of the car even with a small amount of water. Sometimes, even in heavy rain, we raced without problems, but now the problems are already with minimal water. F1 looks stupid because of that, but it is. ”