Craig Lowndes and Steven Richards added to their already-rich Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 records last Sunday, with victory in the 2018 race.
It was a seventh triumph for Lowndes and fifth for Richards, moving into equal second and outright sixth on the board led by nine-time winner Peter Brock.
Lowndes and Richards made their 25th and 26th Bathurst 1000 starts – Richards' tally boosted by two Super Touring 1000 appearances – with Jim Richards atop that order on 35.
Last Saturday, Lowndes also drew level with Brock on 17 Shootout appearances, the pair trailing Dick Johnson on 21 and Larry Perkins on 18.
Already first on the all-time podiums list, Lowndes moves to 14, two clear of Brock.
Supercars.com digs a little deeper into what those numbers, and success spanning two decades, mean for their growing Bathurst legacies.
For the purpose of this exercise, we are looking at 'Bathurst' records rather than 'Great Race' records.
That means from 1963 onwards, when the event moved from Phillip Island to Mount Panorama, excluding Armstrong 500 wins for Bob Jane and Harry Firth in '61 and '62, for instance.
Three drivers in the 2018 field weren't born when Lowndes won Bathurst for the first time, in 1996
Years between first and last, or latest, Bathurst wins
Very much the veterans of the field, Lowndes and Richards took their first Bathurst victories in 1996 and '98 respectively.
To put that longevity in context, James Golding was born just before Lowndes made his full-time ATCC debut in January 1996, Bryce Fullwood and Will Brown in '98, and Alex Rullo in 2000.
Richards went back-to-back in 1999, teaming with Greg Murphy in a Gibson Commodore
Starts per win
This looks at the number of starts each multiple Bathurst winner has made for their haul of victories.
Even before the weekend, Lowndes would have featured highly with 24 starts and six wins, but now edges clear of Jane.
Along with seven wins, Lowndes has five seconds and two thirds at Bathurst to his name, including in 2003 and '04 with Glenn Seton
Starts per podium
Extending that data to podiums, for drivers with a minimum of four visits to the rostrum, Lowndes figures strongly again.
This group is led by Barry Mulholland, who made five starts as Bruce McPhee's co-driver to essentially complete the minimum 'lunchtime' laps each year.
McPhee also features prominently based on his successful run during the 1960s.
The aforementioned Firth is among the drivers to miss this list with three Bathurst podiums.
For the record, that haul from five starts would have slotted him into second at a rate of 1.67 starts/podium.
After finishing second in 2013, Whincup's tally was seven podiums from 12 races, which would have put him at 1.71.
Conversely, Warren Luff went without a podium in his first 12 starts but now has five from his last six, as he chases a maiden victory.