Max Verstappen's lap-one exit from Sunday's British Grand Prix secured the Red Bull driver with an unwanted but unique F1 record.
At Silverstone, Formula 1 conducted its first trial of the new sprint weekend format, with qualifying on Friday evening followed the day after by a 17-lap race to decide pole position for the grand prix.
With points on offer for the top three - three for first, two for the runner-up and one for third - Red Bull driver Verstappen bagged the maximum haul and top spot on the grid.
But after his lap-one crash on Sunday following his collision with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton, the Dutchman is now in the record books as the only driver to score points without completing a single lap of a grand prix.
Hamilton may have a significant number of records to his name, but this is one he is unlikely to equal during his career.
Verstappen also became the second pole-sitting driver to fail to complete a lap this year after Charles Leclerc was unable to take part in the Monaco Grand Prix.
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