Career Summary

2012

IZOD IndyCar Series: Teams with AJ Foyt Racing for Indianapolis 500 debut.

2011

IZOD IndyCar Series:  Made debut in Indy cars at Texas Motor Speedway by qualifying eighth for first of two Twin 175s and placed 29th and 20th for Sam Schmidt Motorsports…Finished seventh at Kentucky Speedway …Qualified 12th for the Las Vegas Indy 300 (race cancelled).

2010

Indy Lights Series:  Made two starts for Sam Schmidt Motorsports, winning the Firestone Freedom 100 for the second straight year to become only three-time winner…Was third at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

2009

Indy Lights Series:  Finished fourth in standings for Sam Schmidt Motorsports with wins at Indianapolis and Kentucky…Win at Indy made him first two-time winner of Firestone Freedom 100…Recorded five Top-5 finishes and nine Top-10 finishes...Won poles at Kansas and Indianapolis.

2008

Indy Lights Series:  Made seven starts for three different teams -- Brian Stewart Racing, Alliance Motorsports and Integra Motorsports…Recorded three Top-5 finishes, including season-best second in the wet at Mid-Ohio 2, and a third at Indianapolis.

2007

Indy Lights Series:  Finished third in standings driving for AFS Racing/Andretti Green Racing…Won at Watkins Glen 1, becoming the first Firestone Indy Lights driver to win in three consecutive seasons…Set series record with 22 consecutive top-10 starts. Streak ended at Infineon 1.

2006

Indy Lights Series:  Finished third in standings, 11 points behind the champion, despite missing two races after an emergency appendectomy…Won second consecutive entrant championship for Brian Stewart Racing…Won Firestone Freedom 100 at Indy plus races at Infineon and Chicagoland to lead all drivers…Led Series with four poles and 310 laps led.

2005

Champion – Firestone Indy Lights Series: Won the championship with Brian Stewart Racing, was also named Rookie of the Year. Recorded first victory in season finale at California Speedway…Recorded seven second-place finishes, including four consecutive seconds…Led all drivers with 13 Top-5 and 14 Top-10 finishes.

2004

Formula Ford 2000: Competed in Cooper Tires Formula Ford 2000 Zetec Championship, earning the circuit's Rising Star award…Recorded four pole positions and seven podium finishes.

2003

Champion - CIK-FIA World Karting Championship in Sarno, Italy…Named New Zealand Herald Young Sports Person of the Year and was a finalist for the New Zealand Murray Halberg Sportsman of the Year…Won CIK Trophy of New Zealand.

Early Career:

Raced go-karts in Europe after winning numerous New Zealand national titles and the Asia Pacific Karting championship.