Mikko (4th) said:
“The visibility is changing so much. In some places you can’t see anything at all and you have to slow down, and in others it’s not really a problem. It all depends on the surface, but when it’s bad, it’s pretty bad! It can hang on one corner, then there’s nothing. You start to trust that there’s no dust, and then it’s back again so it’s really tricky out there.
“Sometimes you just need to trust your pacenotes and go for it, even if you can’t see. We’ve tried to do that in places and I’m really happy with our position at the moment. Let’s hope we can do more of the same this afternoon.”