I used to not go to wet trackdays, i thought i would sh!t myself. I was at one and it started to rain after lunch, i had decided that i wasn't going out in the wet, worked up the courage after some pretty brutal clucking in my direction, I had a ball by the end i was drifting out of dunlop like a pro
. You learn so much about car control after a wet session, and it will pay off on the road.
Just a note to all the novices, the kink on the back straight before 7A, you need to keep some power on until after the car is through or you may get some snap oversteer, i had the Mrs go very slidey on me by not keeping small power on.
That said the biggest angle i have ever go to around mondello was in the saxo on entry into dunlop. Remember the great thing about Mondello is there is very little to hit, you have huge run-off areas.