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Gallery: F1's 10 youngest podium finishers

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Jul 4, 2017, 12:48 PM

Lance Stroll became F1's second youngest podium finisher at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, joining an elite list that also includes Bruce McLaren, Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel. Full list below...

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#10: Bruce McLaren, 1959 British GP (21 years, 322 days)

#10: Bruce McLaren, 1959 British GP (21 years, 322 days)
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#10: Bruce McLaren, 1959 British GP (21 years, 322 days)

#10: Bruce McLaren, 1959 British GP (21 years, 322 days)
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#9: Elio de Angelis, 1980 Brazilian GP (21 years, 307 days)

#9: Elio de Angelis, 1980 Brazilian GP (21 years, 307 days)
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#9: Elio de Angelis, 1980 Brazilian GP (21 years, 307 days)

#9: Elio de Angelis, 1980 Brazilian GP (21 years, 307 days)
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#8: Ralf Schumacher, 1997 Argentine GP (21 years, 287 days)

#8: Ralf Schumacher, 1997 Argentine GP (21 years, 287 days)
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#8: Ralf Schumacher, 1997 Argentine GP (21 years, 287 days)

#8: Ralf Schumacher, 1997 Argentine GP (21 years, 287 days)
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#7: Robert Kubica, 2006 Italian GP (21 years, 278 days)

#7: Robert Kubica, 2006 Italian GP (21 years, 278 days)
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#7: Robert Kubica, 2006 Italian GP (21 years, 278 days)

#7: Robert Kubica, 2006 Italian GP (21 years, 278 days)
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#6: Fernando Alonso, 2003 Malaysian GP (21 years, 237 days)

#6: Fernando Alonso, 2003 Malaysian GP (21 years, 237 days)
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#6: Fernando Alonso, 2003 Malaysian GP (21 years, 237 days)

#6: Fernando Alonso, 2003 Malaysian GP (21 years, 237 days)
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#5: Kevin Magnussen, 2014 Australian GP (21 years, 162 days)

#5: Kevin Magnussen, 2014 Australian GP (21 years, 162 days)
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#5: Kevin Magnussen, 2014 Australian GP (21 years, 162 days)

#5: Kevin Magnussen, 2014 Australian GP (21 years, 162 days)
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#4: Daniil Kvyat, 2015 Hungarian GP (21 years, 91 days)

#4: Daniil Kvyat, 2015 Hungarian GP (21 years, 91 days)
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#4: Daniil Kvyat, 2015 Hungarian GP (21 years, 91 days)

#4: Daniil Kvyat, 2015 Hungarian GP (21 years, 91 days)
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#3: Sebastian Vettel, 2008 Italian GP Italien (21 years, 73 days)

#3: Sebastian Vettel, 2008 Italian GP Italien (21 years, 73 days)
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#3: Sebastian Vettel, 2008 Italian GP (21 years, 73 days)

#3: Sebastian Vettel, 2008 Italian GP (21 years, 73 days)
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#2: Lance Stroll, 2017 Azerbaijan GP (18 years, 239 days)

#2: Lance Stroll, 2017 Azerbaijan GP (18 years, 239 days)
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#2: Lance Stroll, 2017 Azerbaijan GP (18 years, 239 days)

#2: Lance Stroll, 2017 Azerbaijan GP (18 years, 239 days)
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#1: Max Verstappen, 2016 Spanish GP (18 years, 228 days)

#1: Max Verstappen, 2016 Spanish GP (18 years, 228 days)
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#1: Max Verstappen, 2016 Spanish GP (18 years, 228 days)

#1: Max Verstappen, 2016 Spanish GP (18 years, 228 days)
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