james allison 10.04.2013 grand prix international issue.66 Weather conditions in Malaysia weren’t in our favour; where do we stand on that? JA: The result in Sepang was obviously not what we were looking for, but that can largely be attributed to being half a minute down after seven laps. I have to be completely candid and say that wet weather is not our forte. We struggle to get the intermediate tyres warm enough to grip, and our current rear wing configuration for – whilst stable in wet conditions – does not generate the sort of downforce levels required for a wet track. We will be fighting an uphill battle with this until we bring a new, higher downforce rear wing to the track.