Has there been a season without a wet race?

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    Just wondering, we’ve only had 1 wet raceday this year and with Japan set to be dry we are running out of time to have another. I haven’t been following F1 for too long so yeah, has there ever been a season with no wet races?


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    We’ve only had one wet race this season, and if I remember correctly, we had no real wet races (where intermediate tyres were actually used) in 2004.


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    From Belgium 1985 till Britain 1988 there wasnt a wet race. Every season since has had at least one wet race.


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    Aditya Banerjee


    @f199player : You mean to saw that the entire ’86 and ’87 seasons didnt have a single wet race?? Wow,thats an amazing statistic,thanks for sharing!!!! As an alonso and ferrari fan,i do hope for a couple more wet races. There’s not much chance of rain at India,Abu Dhabi or Texas,so i hope that Brazil and Korea host wer races


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