Max Verstappen claimed his first-ever win in Melbourne forward of Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso.
Which means there have been 11 F1 world titles mixed on the Australian GP podium.
The trio additionally shared the rostrum on the 2021 Qatar Grand Prix, however on the time Verstappen hadn’t even gained his maiden title.
The 2020 Turkish Grand Prix noticed Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel share the rostrum collectively.
Hamilton had mathematically obtained his seventh title, whereas Vettel was four-time world champion.
Sunday’s race was additionally the best tally of podium finishes between three drivers.
Between them, they complete 373 podiums in F1.
Australian GP 2023 – Hamilton (192), Verstappen (80), Alonso (101)
Earlier than that, the 2021 Qatar GP held the file with 336 – Verstappen (58), Hamilton (180), Alonso (98).
Third on the record is the 2018 Hungarian GP with 331 – Vettel (106), Hamilton (126) and Kimi Raikkonen (99).
Fourth is the 2018 British GP with 326 – Hamilton (124), Vettel (105) and Raikkonen (97).