Lewis Hamilton reacts to the possibility of a rainy Monaco Grand Prix, and says it could make the race “more of a lottery but there is also a lot more opportunity”.
Weather forecasts are saying we could be in for a rainy Monaco Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton says the rain will make the race “more of a lottery”.
“The approach to a race always changes when it’s raining,” the Briton said.
“It’s more of a lottery but there is also a lot more opportunity. The potential for failure is even greater. That makes it even more nerve-wracking!”
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Lewis also warns that the increased size of the F1 cars will make overtaking extremely difficult.
“Our cars are bigger than ever before, wider than ever before, and the track is the same width that it has been forever. And we’re faster than ever.
“The percentage chance of overtaking is minuscule; the percentage chances of crashing are massive.
“Qualifying position is everything,” Hamilton concluded.