5 youngest Formula One race winners
#2 Sebastian Vettel
Making his debut in 2007 driving for Team BMW Sauber, German Sebastian Vettel was destined for greatness. After switching over to Team Toro Rosso, Vettel became the youngest pole-sitter and race winner at the time when he won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
He was 21 years, 73 days old when he won The 2008 Italian Grand Prix. His ascent to greatness, however, began in 2010 when he was crowned the youngest ever Formula One World Champion. He forged a successful partnership with Red Bull winning the Drivers Championship and at the same time helping Red Bull win the Constructors Championship on 4 consecutive occasions.