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.