Jazeman learnt his race craft tackling the street circuits in Pau, Belgium in three seasons of the British Formula 3 Championship and also at the iconic Macau Grand Prix last year.
Jazeman raced to a superb third place finish on his debut at the Monaco race track, taking his first career podium finish in the third round of the series.
What made it more memorable was it being a support race for the most famous event on the motorsport calendar – the Formula One Grand Prix of Monaco.
It will be a day Jazeman will remember in his racing career as it started with the Malaysian being the pace setter at the start of practice and qualifying, where he earned his first front row start after clocking the second fastest time.
“Wow, what a weekend. It has been one of the most mentally and physically challenging races. It is such a tough track, with so little room for mistakes, yet it’s also very fast in sections and you have to have total concentration all the time.
“It feels good to have had such a strong weekend and really get to grips with getting the best from the car and myself. I’m sure my experience on the street circuits of Pau and Macau has helped but Monaco is unique too.
“Taking my first World Series podium in front of the celebrity-laden crowd in Monaco is very special and it is a day I’ll remember for a long time.
“It was great Nico (Rosberg) won the race as well and to share the joy with the Mercedes AMG Petronas team,” he said from Monaco.
Jazeman will have little time to enjoy his success as he will be heading to Spa in Belgium for the fourth round next weekend.