How do you approach it? Apart from riding slower in general and increasing distance between you and others, it would be interesting to hear how you break down an approach to the wet. What do you change with cornering approaches? How much grip do tires actually have in the wet compared to a dry road? At times the centre of the road looks dryer than the wheel wells but is there a lot of oil and exhaust buildup here and therefore not a good option? Can a reduction in braking force (applied by you) and speed be stated generally in a percentage between wet and dry? i.e. what speed you could generally go through corner x, a safe figure would be to approach the same corner at 60% of the speed in the wet; when you expect to be braking moderately hard, if possible apply 20% less force to lower the chances of aquaplaning and allow yourself 40% more length to do this safely in the wet; etc.... And so on. Thanks for any tips you can pass on. I'm sure this has been done before so apologies, but it's always good to go back over them from time to time.