5 of the best Wet-Weather Performances in Recent F1 History

Since the first Grand Prix in 1950, 15% of F1 races have been wet, the conditions that on occasion bring out an incredible performance from drivers daring enough to search the surface for exploitative lines and gain advantages over their rivals. 

Aquaplaning, puddles, slippy white lines are the enemy of all drivers in these conditions. But risks aside, some drivers are able to champion the elements and stand out in a class of their own as the downpour brings caution to others. Here are 5 of the best wet-weather performances of recent F1 times: