Daniil Kvyat says he would prefer the wet weather to continue at Suzuka after topping Friday's second practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Kvyat clocked the quickest time during wet conditions at the venue and while dry weather is expected for the remainder of the weekend, the Russian believes that the Red Bull RB11 works well in tricky running.
"The track was slippery the more it drizzled and Suzuka is a narrow circuit and there are a few corners where the car had a tendency to aquaplane," he said.
"We have work to do for tomorrow but I think we are ready. The chassis is handling well, cornering in the wet has always been strong for us but we don’t know what the weather will be like tomorrow.
"For us it would be good if the rain continued, but we will see what happens."
Team-mate Daniel Ricciardo was fourth best in the sister RB11.
"In the few laps we did, I think we got an understanding of the track conditions and if they remain the same for tomorrow, we know which direction we should take with the set-up," he explained.
"But it doesn’t look like the weather will remain the same! In that case, we will have to work efficiently tomorrow to get the car set up and we won’t have much time to change the balance once we get going but we will see how we go."