IZOD INDYCAR SERIES HIGHLIGHTS
First start: March 29, 2008 (Homestead-Miami Speedway)
Finished fourth in IZOD IndyCar Series standings for Newman/Haas Racing.
Recorded 11 top-10 finishes, with a best of second at New Hampshire and Baltimore.
Among three drivers to be running at the finish in all 17 races.
Led all drivers in laps completed (2,103 of 2,011).
Only driver to finish in the top 10 in first five races of the season.
Competed in five races for Rahal Letterman Racing (Indianapolis) and Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing.
Recorded three consecutive top-10 finishes to close season, including a best of fourth at Homestead.
Started seventh at Chicagoland.
Finished ninth in IndyCar Series standings for KV Racing Technology.
Recorded fourth top-five and six top-10 finishes with best of fourth at Belle Isle.
ROAD TO THE IZOD INDYCAR SERIES
Finished sixth in the Champ Car World Series standings.
Finished a season-best second at Long Beach and fourth at Houston filling in for an injured Paul Tracy. Performance earned him a ride with Forsythe Championship Racing.
Competed for PKV Racing for final two races of the season.
Finished 11th in Champ Car World Series standings for PKV Racing with best finish of third at Cleveland.
Started in the top five in four consecutive events from Cleveland to San Jose.
Finished second in Champ Car World Series standings.
Made 11 starts for Newman/Haas as substitute for injured Bruno Junquiera after starting the year with Dale Coyne Racing.
seven podiums finishes, including his first career win at Montreal.
Led Dale Coyne Racing to its best Champ Car season, recording eight top-10 finishes capped by podium finish at Laguna Seca.
Finished seventh in CART standings with Patrick Racing.
Recorded first two front-row starts, starting second in Montreal and Denver on consecutive weekends.
Finished 16th in CART standings for Patrick Racing.
Was at his best on ovals, scoring a fourth-place run in England and climbing 13 spots on the grid to place fifth at Fontana.
Attempted to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 for Walker Racing, but failed to qualify after team waved off on Bump Day.
Finished 19th in CART standings for Sigma Autosport team, scoring championship points in nine of 20 starts, including five in a row.
Finish 15th in CART standings for PPI Motorsports.
Was second in race for Rookie of the Year.
Won Daytona Indy Lights Championship for Dorricott Racing.
Recorded five runner-up finishes and three pole positions.
Completed first full season in Daytona Indy Lights, finishing seventh in the championship on the strength of six top-10 finishes.
Finished sixth in the Macao Formula 3 World Championship.
Finished fifth in lone British F3 Championship start.
Finished fourth in the French Formula 3 Championship.
Competed as a member of the Elf La Filiere driver development program.
Began his racing career in go-karts.