The two Italians top the charts in terms of races won across all championship classes. Pecco Bagnaia one step away from Barry Sheene
5) Mike Hailwood precedes Jorge Lorenzo. Bagnaia and Quartararo play catch up
With two wins in 125, 21 in 250, 16 in 350 and 37 in the 500 class, "Mike The Bike" places fifth with a total of 76 race wins. The British rider, who also won seven world titles, precedes Jorge Lorenzo on 68. Behind the Majorcan are formidable names like Mick Doohan, Daniel Pedrosa, Phil Read, Jim Redman, Casey Stoner and Max Biaggi. To find the two most successful current MotoGP riders, Pecco Bagnaia and Fabio Quartararo, we need to look further down the list. The newly-crowned world champion has just broken into the circle of those who have at least 20 wins to their name and now lies just three away from Wayne Rainey, Walter Villa, Andrea Dovizioso and Kenny Roberts. Fabio Quartararo has a tally of eleven but will definitely be wanting to build on that next season. The Frenchman positions with the likes of Joan Mir, Mattia Pasini and Alex Márquez.