MotoGP: 6 Youngest race winners
#4 Dani Pedrosa - 20 years, 227 days
Dani Pedrosa, one of the greatest riders to never win a MotoGP championship, secured his first MotoGP win at the Shanghai International Circuit in 2006. The fourth race of the 2006 Championship saw the Spanish rider take the pole position, set the fastest lap and claim the first win.
Riding the Repsol Honda machine, Pedrosa took the top step of the podium while his teammate Nicky Hayden secured the second spot.
Dani Pedrosa finished the season in the fifth place with 215 points.
#3 Norifume Abe - 20 years, 227 days
The third round of the 1996 MotoGP season saw Norifume Abe secure a famous win at his home Grand Prix in Japan. Norifume Abe took the first place at the Suzuka Circuit with a comfortable margin as the second-placed Alex Criville could only manage to secure the second place after trailing the leader by over six seconds.
Along with that race win, Abe went on to claim three more podiums that season to secure the fifth spot in the riders’ championship table.