Loïc Duval has enjoyed an impressive career competing in the likes of DTM, Super GT, Formula Nippon and Formula E. But his finest hour to date came at the 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours when he claimed victory for Audi alongside Allan McNish and Tom Kristensen. The trio also went on to seal that year’s FIA World Endurance Championship crown.
The Frenchman remains a DTM factory driver with Audi Sport this year following two seasons in the Europe-based touring car championship. He has also previously won Japan’s Formula Nippon and Super GT titles.
2013 Le Mans 24 Hours winner
2013 FIA WEC (LMP1) champion
2016 FIA WEC (LMP1) runner-up
2010 Super GT champion
2009 Formula Nippon champion
2003 French Formula Renault champion
2017 - 2019 DTM driver with Audi Sport
2015 - 2017 Formula E driver
Years contested: 2019 (1)
2019 Runner-up in the Race Of Champions to Benito Guerra