Lewis Hamilton reached a unique Formula 1 milestone at the Spanish Grand Prix earlier this month. When the six-time champion led the field away from pole position, it was his 150th start from the front row, a figure well clear of second-placed Michael Schumacher's official tally of 116.
Hamilton's qualifying prowess - he also holds the record for F1 poles at 92 - has long since been established, but where does he slot in if we take a wider look at the front-row statistics?
Strike rate obviously means a lot more than the pure tally, particularly given that F1 careers include a lot more races than they used to. Hamilton, for example, has started 256 world championship grands prix; 1950s legend Juan Manuel Fangio only 51.