Swiss star Sébastien Buemi has become familiar with winning, a habit he started as a youngster as he rose through the Germany-based junior formula on his way to GP2 Series. That successful rise caught the eye of Red Bull and he joined the energy drink company’s stable of rising stars, on his way to a Formula 1 career with Scuderia Toro Rosso which began at the tender age of 20. TOYOTA’s return to Le Mans presented a great opportunity to expand his experience, and Sébastien quickly got noticed in endurance with some rapid performances. A first win came in 2013 before he partnered Anthony Davidson to win the drivers’ World Championship, remarkably the first title of his car racing career. Four years later, the French native speaker reached the pinnacle of his endurance career by winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans for TOYOTA. But the WEC is not the only competition for Séb who also won the Formula E title once.