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Raikkonen: F1 can't cope with wet races anymore

Kimi Raikkonen believes that the Pirelli tyres make Formula 1 look 'ridiculous' when it comes to racing on very wet tracks. Typhoon Hagibis is looming with Suzuka expected to feel its wrath on Saturday, leaving the FIA with a decision to make on whether or not to postpone qualifying until Sunday. Two Rugby Union World Cup games that were scheduled for Saturday have already been cancelled. Raikkonen admits that if the situation looks 'bad' then there may be no effort made to host FP3 and qualifying on Saturday, but also criticised the modern-day tyres supplied by Pirelli which he claims can leave drivers with 'zero control' in wet conditions. “If it looks bad they might cancel straight...
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