Drivers knew that conditions in Sepang are among the hardest to call on the F1 calendar ahead of today's qualifying session for the Malaysian Grand Prix and yet again the weather played a huge role on Saturday.
After a dry first session, rain began to fall in the humid Kuala Lumpur conditions and upset the plans of many teams.
However, it was a familiar face who took pole position for tomorrow's race.
Read how an up-and-down qualifying unfolded with our minute-by-minute updates below.
All 22 cars take part in a 20-minute 'Q1' session. The six slowest cars after this period are eliminated and start the race from their position between 17-22.
Next is a 15-minute 'Q2' session where the remaining 16 cars battle for a place in the final top 10 shootout. As before, the cars that finish in positions 11-16 start the race from those spots.
Finally, the 10-minute pole position shootout where the 10 quickest cars from Q2 fight it out for the final 10 positions on the grid.
22. Van der Garde
15. Di Resta