Who will be the next star of Formula 1?
Is a future world champion driving in a formula far, far away or are they already moving within F1's inner circle?
Well, keep your eye on Nico Hulkenberg. The 21-year-old is making his GP2 debut this season but is already on Williams' books as their reserve driver.
Frenchman Romain Grosjean contests his second season in GP2 but is already a familiar race in the Renault garage. He's the team's third driver but is tipped for promotion to a future race seat.
Another one to watch is Kamui Kobayashi. The 22-year-old is Toyota's reserve driver and has already impressed by winning the GP2 Asia crown.
Hamilton was in super relaxed mood as he dropped by the GP2 paddock to dish out a few gongs to the GP2 Asia Series winners along with Toyota's Jarno Trulli and Renault principal Flavio Briatore and driver Nelson Piquet.
"It was so important for me," he said. "I had my management team but no-one in F1 knew if I was any good or what I could do, so fighting for the championship helped a lot.
"In GP2 you also visit a lot of the F1 circuits and race against some future F1 drivers so it really helps."