Acquits himself in impressive fashion in debut season, outperforming more experienced team mate Marcus Ericsson. Scores 27 points to the Swede's nine, with a best result of fifth place in Australia en route to 13th in the driver standings.
Appointed Williams' official test and reserve driver, a role he combines with his third year in GP2. Is a title contender from the outset, claiming four wins and 10 podiums, but eventually has to settle for third overall. Lands a race drive with Sauber for 2015.
Establishes himself as a frontrunner in his second year in GP2, and while wins and a title challenge don't quite materialise, six podiums help him finish fourth overall.
Following his F3 success, makes the step into GP2 and shows flashes of brilliance to sweep to four podiums in his first season. Contests a handful of F3 and sportscar races, notably finishing third in the Daytona 24 Hours.
Stays in British F3 but moves to crack squad Carlin, and is rewarded with the championship crown. Triumphs seven times in total, and also claims 15 podiums. Finishes an extremely close second in F3's Macau Grand Prix.
Switches into British F3. Form varies early on but rapid improvements culminate in a first victory at Rockingham. Four podiums help him clinch fourth overall in his maiden campaign.
Moves into Formula BMW Europe and wins the title at a canter after racking up five wins and 14 podiums. Also wins twice from three races in the FBMW Pacific series.
Scores a podium in his first single seater event, finishing fifth and then third in Formula BMW Americas' season-ending round at Interlagos.