On Sunday, Max Verstappen became the youngest winner in Formula 1 history, clinching victory at the Spanish GP.
The win came after a surprise switch from Toro Rosso to Red Bull.
Bear in mind that Verstappen already holds records for the youngest F1 points scorer and the youngest driver to start a grand prix.
So, what new records did the Dutch teenager smash on the weekend? Check out the four major accomplishments below…
1. Youngest race winner
Verstappen took the win in Barcelona at the age of 18 years and 228 days, making him well over two years younger than the previous youngest, Sebastian Vettel.
2. Youngest race leader
When the teenager assumed the lead on lap 30, he became the youngest race leader in F1 history.
3. Youngest podium finisher
Nobody younger than Verstappen has ever stood on the F1 podium.
4. First Dutch race winner
Max Verstappen’s father, Jos, secured a place on the podium twice back in 1994, but he never stood on the top step. That makes Max’s win the first for the Netherlands.