Having received heavy criticism from a number of drivers for his accident-prone driving in 2012, the 2013 season marked the coming of age of young Frenchman Romain Grosjean.
Grosjean had already secured podiums in Bahrain and Germany before a strong finish to the season saw him finish third in Korea, Japan and India and second in the U.S.
So improved was his driving that Mark Webber lavished praise on Grosjean at the U.S. Grand Prix on BBC Sport a year after labelling the same driver a “first lap nutcase”.
This time last year you would have squeezed Romain into an error but he's getting more experienced now and he's become a good grand prix driver. You can see he's putting a weekend together. Not just two good laps on a Friday. Hopefully his bad days are over and he can have a good career.