It has been a rain-soaked weekend at the Circuit of the Americas with heavy downpours playing spoilsport on Friday and Saturday. There have been just two sessions until now - FP1 and FP3. Following a storm, FP2 and Qualifying were cancelled and postponed, with the latter set to take place on Sunday (25 October) at 2pm GMT.
The lack of running on Saturday saw all the drivers entertain the fans in a different way, to thank them for staying patient under the heavy downpour. Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat put on an impromptu dance routine, while Williams and Force India took part in a pushcart race. Nico Rosberg showcased his football skills, with Kvyat unsuccessfully trying his hand at juggling.
The teams will be in the dark regarding the perfect setup after very limited running, and with more rain predicted on race day, it could be tricky for everyone on the grid.
Where to watch live
The 2015 United States Grand Prix starts at 7pm GMT (Sunday) with Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports F1 HD providing live TV coverage. Real-time internet updates are available on the Live Timing section of the sport's official website.
Live updates will be available on the IBTimes UK website from 6pm GMT onwards.