In only his second race, he won at Nogaro, going on to repeat that feat later in the year at Magny-Cours. He first came into contact with the FDA last year, when he took part in one of its evaluation Camps, aimed at assessing talented young drivers. He stayed with Formula 4 the following year, but moved to the more competitive German ADAC Formel 4, where he performed very consistently. He took one win at Hockenheim, as well as finishing on the podium a further seven times, on his way to a strong fifth in the championship. In 2020 he made his debut with Prema Powerteam in the European Formula Regional championship, catching the eye with some impressive drives in the wet. He was runner-up but took the most wins, six in all, and in 2021, still with Prema, he raced in Formula 3.
He made constant progress throughout the season, taking two wins at Le Castellet and Zandvoort, one second place, one pole position and two fastest race laps. He tackles the same series with the same team this year, while also competing in the Formula Regional Asia championship with the Mumbai Falcons team in January and February.