In 2019, he competed against some of the brightest single-seater drivers to end the season with a whopping 10 victories and 15 podiums in total. Zane joined fellow ADD driver and F1 star Lando Norris by having this title to his name.
Prior to his single-seater career, Zane quickly showed his talents to the world as he enjoyed a decorated karting career, coming third in the 2018 WSK Champions Cup and the German Kart Championship.
Zane made his debut in international car racing in Euroformula Open in 2020. The 18-year-old teamed up with Carlin Motorsport, claiming two podiums during his maiden year. He stood up to the challenge, unfazed about competing against vastly more experienced drivers as he impressed many to finish eighth in the drivers’ championship.
He continued to impress in 2021 with nine podiums, including one victory, during the Formula Regional European Championship with R-ace GP to secure fourth in the final standings.
Zane’s immense progress and performances rewarded him with a promotion to FIA F3 for 2022 with reigning teams’ champions Trident. The 19-year-old enjoyed an incredible 2022 year, storming to three victories as he narrowly missed out on the F3 drivers’ title by just five points
Zane was rewarded for his mega season, securing a seat in FIA Formula 2 - F1’s main feeder series - for 2023, joining British outfit Carlin. His remarkable rise through the ranks also caught the attention of reigning F1 champions Red Bull Racing, who signed Zane to their Junior Team as well as picking him to be their reserve driver for the season ahead.