"It's not really been an eventful day - which is a shame because a lot of people came out today," said Lewis.
"The weather was miserable this morning; it looked like it was going to dry up going into FP2 but then all of a sudden the heavens opened again."
"In FP1 I only did a few laps because we need the tyres to last until FP3 and there's very little to learn in the rain."
"In FP2 I waited to the end before I went out to see if the track had changed or the tyres had dropped off a little bit for the next run from my previous laps. The car still felt good, but the track seemed a bit bumpier than in the past."
"The Intermediate tyres provided pretty good grip for the wet conditions, but I don't think they will last very long."
"You can actually drive with quite a lot of standing water on the Inters, so finding the cross-over between the Extreme Wets and the Inters is going to be crucial as you can lose a lot if you get it wrong."
"Overall, I still enjoyed it - I love driving this track and it's great in the wet as well, so I got a little bit of excitement today."