Max Verstappen's first grand prix victory at the age of 18 years and 227 days, younger even than the next-youngest grand prix starter (Jaime Alguersuari), was an extraordinary feat.
When most think back to what they were doing at 18, they would have been far off having the necessary maturity and experience to hold off Kimi Raikkonen to win a Formula 1 race. And it's that - the mental strength - rather than the speed or the so-called 'natural' talent, which is truly impressive about Verstappen and marks this out as the start of something big.
For now, this win is the apotheosis of the trend towards younger drivers thriving in F1. Remember, the pointless introduction of an 18-year-old age limit to prevent the apparently horrific possibility somebody as 'unworthy' as Verstappen would ever race in F1 at 17 means it's going to be a tough record to beat.