South Africa's Brad Binder stormed to his maiden win in the Czech MotoGP race on Sunday, 9 August after starting the race seventh on the grid.
With ten laps to go the 24-year-old was just half-a-second behind race leader Franco Morbidelli before overtaking him.
This is only Binder's third race of the year, and still his debut season.
Franco Morbidelli finished second with pole-winner Johann Zarco finishing third.
Binder has been called a national star and a KTM legend by the commentators on Sunday. He has been a Moto3 championship winner, impressed in Moto2 and now made history by winning his first race for the team in MotoGP.
Binder said after the race: "This is the day I have dreamt about since I was a little boy, and gosh, today it came true. It's amazing to win my first grand prix, I really wish my parents were here because they were the ones who backed me from the beginning."
He is the first rookie to win a premier class race since Marc Marquez, and is the first South African to ever win a MotoGP race.