Stéphane Sarrazin

Stéphane Sarrazin is not only a Le Mans legend, courtesy of his three consecutive pole positions, he is one of the most versatile drivers of modern times. His career followed a familiar path through single-seaters up to Formula 1, where his first encounter with TOYOTA came as a test driver in 2002, the year he first sampled Le Mans. Remarkably for a modern circuit racer, Stéphane switched successfully to rallying and won the French championship whilst proving himself to be a credible challenger with occasional World Rally Championship entries. Having started his TOYOTA career as team-mate to Anthony Davidson and Sébastien Buemi, Stéphane swapped cars for 2014 and came agonisingly close to winning his long-awaited first Le Mans that year. He continues to be a force on track and off the track, and as well as his main WEC role, he still competes in top-level rallies and in Formula E.

Driver Info
Born 2 November 1975, Alès, France
Lives Barjac, France
Status Married to Camille, 3 children (Pablo, Jules and Lucien)
Height 1.80m
Weight 69kg
Hobbies Cycling, motor cycling, swimming
Pets
Favourite Food Italian and Sushi
Favourite Track Spa, Sebring and Road Atlanta
Best Achievement Three Le Mans 24 Hours poles in a row
Career History
  • 2010 - 2019
    • 2016
      Le Mans 24 Hours (TOYOTA GAZOO Racing) : 2nd
    •  
      WEC (TOYOTA GAZOO Racing) : 3rd (1 win)
    • 2015
      Le Mans 24 Hours (TOYOTA Racing) : 6th
    •  
      WEC (TOYOTA Racing) : 6th
    •  
      Formula E (Venturi): 14th
    • 2014
      Le Mans 24 Hours (TOYOTA Racing) : DNF
    •  
      WEC (TOYOTA Racing) : 5th (1 win)
    •  
      Crit?rium des C?vennes: 1st
    •  
      Tour de Corse: 1st
    • 2013
      Le Mans 24 Hours (TOYOTA Racing) : 2nd
    •  
      WEC (TOYOTA Racing): 3rd (1 win)
    • 2012
      Le Mans 24 Hours (TOYOTA Racing): DNF
    •  
      Sebring 12 Hours (Starworks) : 3rd (1st in LMP2 class)
    • 2011
      Intercontinental Le Mans Cup (Peugeot) : 2nd
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Peugeot) : 3rd
    •  
      Petit Le Mans (Peugeot) : 1st
    • 2010
      Le Mans Series (Peugeot) : 1st
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Peugeot) : DNF
    •  
      Petit Le Mans (Peugeot) : 1st
  • 2000 - 2009
    • 2009
      Petit Le Mans (Peugeot) : 1st
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Peugeot) : 2nd (pole position)
    • 2008
      Le Mans Series (Peugeot) : 4th
    •  
      American Le Mans Series (Peugeot) : 7th
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Peugeot) : 5th (pole position)
    • 2007
      Le Mans Series (Peugeot) : 1st
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Peugeot) : 2nd (pole position)
    • 2006
      World Rally Championship (Subaru) : 18th
    •  
      American Le Mans Series (Aston Martin) : 2nd
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Aston Martin) : 10th (2nd in GT1 class)
    • 2005
      World Rally Championship (Subaru) : 17th
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Aston Martin) : 9th
    • 2004
      French Rally Championship (Subaru) : 1st
    •  
      World Rally Championship (Subaru): 11th
    • 2003
      World Series by Nissan (Racing Engineering) : 7th
    •  
      FIA Sportscar Championship (Pescarolo) : 6th
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (Pescarolo) : 8th
    • 2002
      Formula 1 (TOYOTA) : Test driver
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (ORECA) : 6th
    • 2001
      Formula 1 (Prost GP) : Third driver
    •  
      International Formula 3000 (Prost Junior) : 14th
    •  
      Le Mans 24 Hours (ORECA) : DNF
    • 2000
      Formula 1 (Prost GP) : Third driver
    •  
      International Formula 3000 (McLaren Junior) : 4th
  • 1990 - 1999
    • 1999
      Formula 1 (Prost GP) : Third driver
    •  
      Formula 1 (Minardi) : 24th (one race)
    •  
      International Formula 3000 (McLaren Junior) : 4th
    • 1998
      Formula 1 (Prost GP) : Test driver
    •  
      International Formula 3000 (Apomatox) : 6th
    • 1997
      French Formula 3 Championship (LD Autosport) : 2nd
    • 1996
      French Formula 3 Championship (Winfield) : 9th
    • 1995
      French Formula 3 Championship (Winfield) : 8th
    • 1994
      French Formula Renault (La Fili?re) : 1st
    • 1993
      French Formula Renault (Sodemo) : 5th