In just his second race for Ferrari, Charles Leclerc wrote himself into Formula 1's record books by securing pole position at the Bahrain Grand Prix. It makes him the youngest polesitter in Scuderia history, with only one driver in history taking quali honours at a younger age than him. Here's how the top 10 looks, with Leclerc now in it.
A first career pole for the Iceman at the Nurburgring was soured as he was the first retirement come race day.
The Belgian finished this race nearly six minutes off the pace of Jackie Stewart in the race around the legendary Nordschleife.
The Pole's only... pole came in Sakhir more than a decade ago.
Williams found the perfect time to put Hulkenberg out on a drying track and take pole. He finished eighth and has, of course, never taken a podium in his career to date.
The sole pole for the man who holds the record for most F1 entries without a race win.
The first of many, Hamilton has gone on to become the most successful qualifier in F1 history.
Jordan's first F1 pole was a record-breaker for the Brazilian, who was the first driver to lower this benchmark in 12 years.
A record held for over five years by Alonso. He did not convert this into a first win - that arrived later in the year in Hungary.
An early marker laid down by the Monegasque, who tucks in just behind his new team-mate in the record books.
Beaten in Bahrain, but still the record-holder. Vettel's maiden pole came in record-breaking fashion at Monza for Toro Rosso.