All in the same boat

Jack Miller (Ducati Lenovo Team) summed up the situation perfectly before the start of the Grand Prix in Thailand. When the rain abated it was obviously safe to race and only reduced by one lap. So, no real wet time until those warm-up laps before the start of the race. There have been plenty of monsoon-like rain falling causing delays and cancellation of practice and qualifying sessions in Sepang, Motegi and what about the race at Mandalika this year? The MotoGP™ race was postponed for a day causing a long night of flight changes and travel plans. We have witnessed plenty of wet races at Silverstone, but it rained so hard four years ago that race day had to be completely cancelled.

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