Nico Rosberg would be happy for the wet conditions to continue over the British Grand Prix weekend after making good progress during Friday practice.
The Mercedes driver ended this afternoon's second free practice session fourth, two tenths off pacesetter Lewis Hamilton's time and one slot behind teammate Michael Schumacher. He believes that the step forward made by the team between the morning and the afternoon proves that the team is moving in the right direction.
"Our car seems to be alright, so from my point of view it can rain," said Rosberg. "In general, it was a good day and very productive. We improved the car a lot from this morning and for similar conditions it was a lot quicker, so I'm quite pleased with that. So it can rain tomorrow, no problem."
Schumacher was satisfied with the running done and said he was pleased that at least the conditions were consistent throughout the session.
"We had reasonably consistent conditions. There was too much water on the circuit [at first in FP2] but finally it was OK to run. Even though it was tricky, it's OK in terms of you get used to the track because it [rain] might happen on Sunday."