Mark Webber says he is not concerned by the lap times set in today's wet practices at Spa.
The championship leader was only seventh and 18th quickest in the two 90-minute rain-affected sessions, but is not worried that it will have any reflection on his pace during the weekend.
"Today was a bit of a messy day and we are not going to lose any sleep over it," Webber said. "It was actually a pretty good day, we did some good stuff and we are looking forward to tomorrow
"I think there are a few quick guys out there, but we are not exactly slow either. It looks like an interesting weekend, it is always changing a lot here with weather conditions and it's hard to get a feel on what anyone is doing.
"We got through quite a bit of stuff. There are a lot of different agendas for everybody and we are ready to go through the info tonight and prepare for tomorrow."
Webber's Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel was fourth and sixth fastest in the two sessions, while Ferrari's Fernando Alonso topped both.