Ricciardo, 28, avoided total chaos at the European Grand Prix last month to take his first victory of the season.

His driving around the streets of Baku exemplified his clean record over the last few years in F1. 

Since 2014, when the system was introduced, the Red Bull driver is the only man on the current F1 grid to not have received any penalty points on his FIA Super Licence.

Penalty points can be given out for collisions, passing under yellow flags, blocking, ignoring blue flags and more. 

Put this in comparison to former teammate Daniil Kvyat, who has received 16 points since the start of 2015. 

The second most is Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel, who has been handed 12. However, luckily for the German, the points are lost after 12 months.

Down the bottom of the order, along with Ricciardo, is two-time world champion Fernando Alonso, who has just received just two penalty points, as well as Williams' Felipe Massa.