Sunday weather - shower risk remains 02 Apr 2006
Welcome to raceday at Melbourne's Albert Park, venue for the Australian Grand Prix and third round of the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship.
The ambient temperature is still cool so far, with no sign that it will be much warmer than yesterday when a high of 16 degrees Celsius left most of the paddock feeling chilly. Just to add spice, there are the same chances of the odd shower, too.
The 5.303 kilometre (3.295 mile) circuit in Albert Park is essentially unchanged since last year when the race opened the season and Giancarlo Fisichella started from pole position in his Renault prior to winning.
The race will run over 58 laps (307.574 kilometres or 191.126 miles) and will start at 1400 hours local time (0500 GMT).