Getting on the scoreboard is the first significant landmark in any Formula 1 driver's career. After, of course, getting into a race seat in the first place.
A total of 653 drivers have started world championship grands prix (this excludes those competing in the points-paying Indianapolis 500s of 1950-60) but only 294 of them have scored points. Of those, 61 have scored on their first start.
Felipe Nasr and Carlos Sainz, respectively fifth and ninth in the Australian Grand Prix, are the latest members of the 10 per cent club.