Anthony Davidson has been confirmed as part of Peugeot’s Le Mans line-up, with the French manufacturer attempting to defend its crown in the ultimate endurance race.

The former Minardi, BAR and Super Aguri driver – who was recently reconfirmed as part of BBC Radio 5’s commentary team – will share the drive alongside former F1 pilots (and last year’s winners) Alexander Wurz and Marc Gené.

Davidson contested last year’s Le Mans 24 Hours race behind the wheel of an LMP1-class Aston Martin, finishing 13th overall alongside former F1 pilot Jos Verstappen.

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