Damon Hill, David Coulthard, Jacques Villeneuve, Jenson Button, and now Nico Rosberg. Sir Frank Williams has certainly done his bit in terms of introducing new talent to Formula One, and he's always been prepared to take a chance on a promising rookie.
As the list shows, more than once Williams also put his faith in nature rather than nurture, relying on the fact that speed is in the genes. So can Nico repeat father Keke's feat and one day bring Williams a World Championship? It would be a great story.
I first saw Nico in action at a soggy Zolder a few years ago, when he was racing in Formula BMW Junior. I can't tell you who he was up against, or even if he finally won the thing, but I do remember him keeping his head at a messy safety car restart, and pressing into the flag as his damaged front wing folded uselessly under his front wheels. It really was impressive.