Hello and welcome to Sports Mole for live coverage of the second and third qualifying session for the Australian Grand Prix.
Yesterday's session had to be abandoned due to high winds and torrential rain in Melbourne, although the drivers did manage complete Q1.
Pastor Maldonado, Esteban Gutierrez, Jules Bianchi, Max Chilton, Giedo van der Garde and Charles Pic have all been knocked out.
The race itself gets underway at 6am.
You can follow all the action from Q2 and Q3 with us below. Please note that qualifying starts at 12am.
11.52pmWelcome back! Here we go again then, ready for Q2 and Q3? Well Mother Nature is too, thankfully. The rain has subsided, although the wind and gloomy skies persist.
11.53pmWe have racing weather though, so we will be finding out who will be starting on pole in just a couple of hours.
11.56pmFour of the five rookies have exited the running in Q1. Esteban Gutierrez, Jules Bianchi, Max Chilton and Giedo van der Garde have all gone by the wayside, although the Marussia pairing of Chilton and Bianchi will be happy to finish ahead of both Caterham drivers.
11.58pmCharles Pic also went out, while Pastor Maldonado was the biggest name in the Q1 drop zone.
11.59pmThe track is still a bit soggy, but there's no standing water and the drivers have got the intermediate tyres on. They'll need to warm up quickly.
Q2The green light is on and we are underway in Q2.
Q2Rosberg, who was fastest yesterday, is first out today. He's followed by teammate Lewis Hamilton and the two Toro Rossos.
Q2Dots of rain can be spotted on the camera lens, but there should be bothing too worry about this time. It just looks like a light shower... for now, at least.
Q2Rosberg has found the pace on the first lap once again, while Webber, Grosjean, Vergen, Raikkonen follow. Vettel's first lap is only good enough for eighth. He lost control slightly and went off track.
12.40amWorld champion Sebastian Vettel found the pace once the slick tyres went on. He starts on pole for the first race of the season. Join us later for all the action from Albert Park. Until then, it's goodbye from me...