For 2014 he left ART and Formation and moved down to the European version of the series where he only finished 14th. This proved a solid training ground however as he stepped back up in 2015 - this time to VWRS - and scored two pole positions, his maiden win and a further two podiums to secure a place in the top 10 in the championship.
10th again in 2016 - but this time with two wins - was enough for Formation to offer the Brit a seat in their team for the inaugural 2017 IndyVirtual season, alongside Downton reserve driver and countryman Marcus Thunder.
"We see a lot of potential in Dino and hope this will be fully exploited by seating him alongside Marcus in the team," explained team principal Louis Vasseur. "He's grown a considerable amount since he last drove for us in 2013, and we fully expect to be able to challenge for the title with these two drivers."