Melbourne: Daniil Kvyat (right) became the youngest driver to score a championship point, Kevin Magnussen finished third on debut and Sebastian Vettel was upstaged by his young teammate as Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix became a showcase for Formula One's new generation.
At 19 years, 10 months and 18 days, Toro Rosso driver Kvyat set the record as the youngest-ever driver in the points, eclipsing the mark set by Vettel at the U.S. Grand Prix in 2007, and the Russian could scarcely believe it. (Racecentre | Race in pics)
"I never expected to score a point in my first race, so it feels amazing," Kvyat said. "It's a real boost for us and now we have to keep on working hard, and if we keep on the way we are going then we can look forward to a really positive season."