Jack Aitken registered a double podium finish in the seventh and final round of the 2014 EuroCup Formula Renault 2.0 season.
The Notting Hill teenager finished second and third respectively in the final two races at Circuito de Jerez in southern Spain meaning he placed seventh overall in the championship out of a 30-strong field.
And the 19-year-old finished as the highest ranked British driver in the series with 86 points.
Aitken qualified second in Group A at Jerez with a time that was only beaten by 0.05 seconds by 2014 champion Nyck De Vries.
Starting fourth on the grid for race one, Aitken made a successful manoeuvre on Hans Villemi to take third place and managed to hold the position until the chequered flag fell.
Things got even better for Aitken as series runner-up Dennis Olsen was disqualified for a technical irregularity, promoting the Brit up the rankings.
Aitken was the third fastest in Group A on Sunday to begin race two fifth on the grid.
The teenager made a quick getaway to pass Alexander Albon and pull away with the leading pack.
After a crash on lap three caused the safety car to be deployed, the race resumed with Aitken taking full advantage to move ahead of Kevin Jorg into third place.
Despite closing the gap to race one winner De Vries, Aitken failed to overtake the Dutchman so had to settle for the final step on the podium.
The Londoner was delighted with his performance and how far the team has progressed and said: “The whole weekend we were up at the front and looked strong, and we’ve come away with two podiums as a result.”
“The fact that we’ve jumped up to seventh and third in the drivers’ and teams championships makes it even better, and I have to thank the Fortec Motorsports team for working so hard to give us the car to do it after a difficult start.”
Aitken experienced a much stronger second half to the season overall as he took time to get up to speed.
Pre-season practice was very limited due to him completing his A Levels and he failed to score in the first six races.
By the fourth round at the Nurburgring, he took a double points scoring finish with third and sixth place respectively while in the second race for round five at the Hungaroring, he took his sole victory of the season from pole position.
Aitken remained tight lipped on where he will be driving next year.
He said: “We’re still in discussions, so we could end up with any one of a few options.”