2000- Competes in his first full season of CART with Player's/Forsythe Racing.
1999- Competes in his fourth season in the Toyota Atlantic Championship, finishes fourth in the championship. Claimed five podiums in his first seven races, two of those being wins (Long Beach and Montreal). Claimed three pole positions (Vancouver, Montreal, Road America *track record*). Posts one fastest lap (Vancouver).
1998- Competes in third season of Toyota/Atlantics, his second season with Player's/Forsythe Racing. Fought hard in the series and finished fifth in the championship. Claimed three poles, won back-to-back victories at Toronto and Trois-Rivieres, and finished second at Houston.
1997- Starts second year in Toyota/Atlantics with the new Player's/Forsythe team. Finished third in the championship with two victories (Long Beach and Trois-Rivieres), two poles (Cleveland, Trois-Rivieres), and three other podium finishes not including wins.
1996- Competes in his first season of the Toyota/Atlantic series with P-1 Racing. Finished seventh in the standings, and runner-up for the rookie of the year award. Highest finishing spot was third at Trois-Rivieres.
1995- Finishes fourth in the Esso Protec/BFGoodrich Formula 1600 Series Championship. Recorded one win, three second places, and one fourth place finish.
1994- Competed in one Esso Protec/BFGoodrich Formula 1600 Series race (started third, finished fifth). Competed in five O.K.R.A. Formula 125cc karting events (won four, finished second in the fifth race). Raced in one US FF2000 American Continental Championship race at Le Grand Prix Player's de Trois-Rivieres (finished sixth). Took part in the Bridgestone FF2000 Racing School (two wins and one second place).
1993- Won the Canadian F125 Karting championship and the Canadian Formula A Karting championship (seven wins out of eight starts). Won the Ice Racing Grand Prix Unipro at the Quebec Winter Carnival for a second time.
1992- Champion of the Quebec Karting Cup Formula 125 and the Canadian O.K.R.A. F125. Champion of the Bridgestone FF2000 RAcing School and champion of the Run-Off. Becomes a first-time winner of the Ice Racing Grand Prix Unipro at the Quebec Winter Carnival.
1991- Wins the Quebec Karting Cup Formula 125 with six wins out of eight races, and was first in Formula 125 Enduro and 100cc Classes. Competed in the Spenard/David F2000 Racing School Criterium.
1990- Wins the BFGoodrich Challenge at the Canadian Ice Racing Championship. Runner-up in the Quebec Formula 125 Karting "Circuit des Grands Prix" Championship and wins the Canadian F125 Karting Championship race.
1989- Gets the runner-up and rookie of the year award in Quebec's Formula 125 karting Solignum Cup.
1988- Claims the runner-up spot and rookie of the year award in the Quebec (FAQ) National 100cc Karting Championship. Gets third place at the Canadian National 100cc Championship race.
1987- Wins the Quebec (FAQ) 100cc Junior Karting Championship