Sebastian Vettel's Indian Grand Prix weekend broke new ground for Red Bull as the Austrian-owned team rewrote Formula 1 World Championship history at the new Buddh circuit.
Red Bull's 16th pole position of the season was a new record, beating the previous record of 15 that was set by McLaren in 1988. On three occasions the old record had been equalled; by McLaren's Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in 1989, by Williams' Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese in 1992, and then again by Sir Frank's line-up - this time of Prost and Damon Hill - the following season.
But while Red Bull had the one record to celebrate, Vettel had far more...
It's not exactly news when Vettel reaches a F1 landmark these days, such has been the dominance of the German during the 2011 season.