"Ramble on, and now's the time, the time is now, to sing my song - " Led Zeppelin. A perfect description of how the 2014 World Champion is poised to take on this year.
Lewis Hamilton charged to a lights-to-flag victory at Albert Park unchallenged.
He's on song to become a triple world champion this year. And if his father Anthony's prediction is accurate, 'as early as mid-year'.
At Melbourne, round 1 of the 2015 FIA Formula 1™ Championship could easily have been mistaken for round 21 of 2014. Hamilton and Rosberg in familiar fashion blitzed away from the entire field when the lights went off. The chasing pack ultimately had Sebastian Vettel finish in P3 with his new Ferrari SF15 – albeit a full 30 seconds adrift from the Mercedes pair.
Behind him two Brazilians made it home. Felipe Massa for Williams and Felipe Nasr for Sauber. The impressive rookie star gave the Swiss team their first points since 2013 on his F1 debut.
Only 11 cars saw the checker in the Australian Grand Prix. And only the top 6 were on the same lap as the leading W06s!
Vettel made a sluggish start and new team mate Kimi Raikkonen almost overtook him through Turn 1. But he forced Raikkonen wide. Behind them Nasr and Maldonado clashed with the Venezuelan hitting the barriers and ending Lotus' hopes of a good start.
Raikkonen went backwards to P8 while Vettel chased Massa's Williams for the first half of the race. Massa later attempted to hold on to his podium place but the four time World Champion eased home.
Daniel Ricciardo finished in P6 having been lapped by the Mercedes right at the end of the race. Force India's Nico Hulkenberg held on to P7 and team mate Sergio Perez grabbed the last available points ahead of a woeful performance from newly formed partnership McLaren and Honda, with Jenson Button.
Toro Rosso's Carlos Sainz Jnr. took P8 on his debut. His team mate Max Verstappen, the youngest starter in F1 history ended his run prematurely when his STR10 started smoking and had to be retired.
More bad luck for Lotus, as Romain Grosjean joined Maldonado in retirement on the opening lap with mechanical problems. Raikkonen after his second stop had a problem with this left rear which was not properly attached. Ferrari are under investigation for unsafe release.
While everyone else seemed to experience trouble with at least one of their cars or drivers, Mercedes were in a class of their own. They lead both the drivers' and constructors' championships.
Hamilton leads Rosberg with 25 points to 18, with Vettel third on 18 and Massa fourth on 12.
In the constructors', meanwhile, the Silver Arrows have stolen a scary march over their rivals as they are on 43 points, with Ferrari and Sauber on 15 and 14 respectively.
Is this the year Lewis Hamilton matches his idol Ayrton Senna's world titles? And can Ferrari overhaul the technological advantage Mercedes have? Dramatic turnarounds have happened in the past in F1™. A lot lies in the hands of Nico Rosberg to reign in his double world champion team mate.