The Malaysia Grand Prix produced some rare occurrences in Formula One, while creating a few unwanted records for others.
Starting at the front with Renault, the French team scored only their second ever 1-2 finish as a constructor, coming 24 years after the other one, when Rene Arnoux led home Alain Prost (against team orders) in the 1982 French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard.
Renault teammates Rene Arnoux and Alain Prost lead the field in the 1982 French Grand Prix © LAT
The current incarnation of Renault was formerly Benetton, who themselves only ever scored two 1-2 finishes in their 15-year existence - an emotional win at the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix for Nelson Piquet, who was joined by his compatriot Roberto Moreno, drafted in just days earlier after regular Alessandro Nannini suffered a career-ending helicopter crash.
This was matched five years later by Michael Schumacher and Johnny Herbert at the 1995 Spanish GP, albeit only after Damon Hill lost a certain second place with a mechanical problem on the last lap.