Lella Lombardi is the first woman driver to ever score points in an F1 race, driving for March in the Spanish Grand Prix in 1975. She scored 1/2 a point coming in sixth in the race, which was a shitshow and only ran for 29 of the scheduled 75 laps.
In the 1975 German Grand Prix held at the Nürburgring, Lombardi started in 25th position, last on the grid. She climbed to 7th place, one position short of scoring points.
She was a badass lady, and it would be cool to someday see more badass ladies in F1.