Last year Anthony Davidson hauled his Peugeot 908 back into contention with an epic quadruple stint after losing four laps in the garage, only to face the heartbreak of seeing the car expire in the 22nd hour with his co-driver Alex Wurz at the wheel.
This year the new 908 has demonstrated solid race pace and good reliability, and Davidson returns to Le Mans as part of the same driver line-up with Wurz and Marc Gene.
Q. How has the new car been going so far this year?
Anthony Davidson: Really well. I've been getting to grips with it - two races so far, at Sebring and Spa, plus loads of testing. I think it's performing at a good level now. At Sebring it was on a higher downforce package and we couldn't quite find the balance we wanted as drivers. But at Spa we were much happier with the car and that was with the same base package as we're going to run here at Le Mans - although here, obviously, we're at a different end of the scale within that downforce package.