Repsol has released the following picture and list of career highlights to celebrate triple world champion Dani Pedrosa's ten-year anniversary in motorcycle grand prix racing.

A 15-year-old Pedrosa made his debut in the 125cc World Championship on April 8, 2001...

Dani Pedrosa - Career Highlights:

2001 - 125cc:
o Debut at 15 in Suzuka, Japan.
o First podium when he was 15 years and 359 days old (Valencia Grand Prix).
o 8th in the World Championship with 100 points.

2002 - 125cc:
o First victory (Netherlands GP).
o 9 podiums.
o 3rd in the World Championship with 243 points.

2003 - 125cc:
o World Champion with 223 points.
o 5 wins and 1 second place.

2004 - 250cc:
o World Champion with 317 points.
o Won on his class debut in South Africa despite missing part of the pre-season due to injury.
o 7 wins, 5 second places and 1 third.
o Youngest Spanish rider to win a 250cc title (19 years and 18 days)

2005 - 250cc:
o World Champion with 309 points.
o 8 wins and 3 second places.
o Youngest Spanish rider to achieve 15 wins in 250cc.
o Youngest Spanish rider to win two consecutive 250cc titles.

2006 - MotoGP:
o Second on his MotoGP debut, at Jerez.
o First win in the Chinese GP.
o Youngest Spanish rider to win a MotoGP race (20 years and 227 days).
o Youngest rider to win a race in all three classes.
o 5th in the Championship and Rookie of the Year with 215 points.

2007 - MotoGP:
o 50th podium at the Qatar GP.
o 100th race at the French GP.
o 2nd in the Championship with 242 points.

2008 - MotoGP:
o 3rd in the Championship with 249 points.
o 2 wins, 5 second places and 4 thirds.

2009 - MotoGP:
o With his Laguna Seca victory he becomes the first Spaniard ever to win on American soil.
o 3rd in the Championship with 234 points.

2010 - MotoGP:
o 2nd in the Championship with 245 points.
o 4 wins.
o Win, Fastest Lap and Pole position at the Italian GP.

2011 - MotoGP:
o Second on his MotoGP debut, at Jerez.

Dani Pedrosa - career stats:

10 years in world championship racing. 164 races. 3 world championships. 35 victories. 35 pole positions. 42 fastest laps. 90 podiums. 12 wins in MotoGP. 2 x Runner up in MotoGP World Championship.