Will it be dry Sunday, will it be wet? If we, the spectators, are lucky it will be both and we'll have another dramatic Belgian GP. It's possible some in the top ten might have gambled on more of a wet setup, who knows. Starting in front at Spa is not quite as crucial as, say, just keeping it on the track as the GP3 kids illustrated Saturday.
As for qualifying, check out Webber's pole lap although the one I really would like to see is Hamilton's miraculous final lap where he somehow was able to come 2/10 from Webber's dry pole time but on a partially wet track! Amazing.
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