First off, way to go Marussia on advancing both cars to Q2. This made me wonder, why is it exactly that the lower tier teams always seem to do better in adverse conditions? I'm fully aware of the car-equalizing effect of a wet track, but shouldn't the "better" drivers on the higher tier teams still prevail? I'm wondering if its because the drivers of the inferior cars are just used to their cars feeling like they're being driven on wooden wheels on a butter-slicked track and end-up with a better feel for their car in less-than-optimum track conditions. Opinions?