Kévin Estre - Le Mans 2017
Kévin Estre - Le Mans 2017
What do you have to do to win Le Mans?

Twenty-eight-year-old Kevin Estre is racing for the works Porsche GT team in the FIA World Endurance Championship in the LM GTE Pro category. The third round of the season is also the French event and the greatest endurance race in the world. The Lyon-born French driver who has been living in Austria with his wife, Carolin, for the last few years is dreaming of adding victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours to his laurels. He set the third-quickest time in the GT category at the test day on 4th June and he talks about the question that all the favourites, and the majority of outsiders, are asking themselves with 10 days to go to the start: what do you have to do to win Le Mans?

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Kévin Estre - Annonce 2016
Kévin Estre - Annonce 2016
Kevin Estre becomes a Porsche works driver

In 2016, Frenchman Kevin Estre will take a vitally important step in his career. After two seasons at McLaren GT crowned with pole positions, victories and records he will become a works driver for German manufacturer, Porsche. His programme will include the North American Endurance Championship, which comprises the four most prestigious long-distance events in the USA, while in Europe he will be on the grid for the Nürburging 24 Hours and also the Le Mans 24 Hours if Porsche’s invitation requests are approved by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest’s Selection Committee. Other outings may be added to his schedule depending on the needs of his new employer.

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