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Team PEUGEOT TotalEnergies – FIA WEC


Car #93

Paul di Resta
Born on 16 April 1986 in Uphall, Scotland

After winning prestigious championships such as the F3 Euro Series (2006) and the DTM (2010), the Scot competed on behalf of Force India in F1 for three seasons, before returning to DTM. He has gradually developed into an Endurance racing driver, the high point of his career to date coming when he won the LMP2 class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2020.


  • 59 starts in F1
  • 2020: Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 class and runner-up in the FIA LMP2 Endurance Trophy
  • 2010: DTM champion
  • 2006: F3 Euro Series Champion and winner of the F3 Masters at Zandvoort

Mikkel Jensen
Born on 31 December 1994 in Aarhus, Denmark

The least well-known of all the Peugeot Sport TotalEnergies drivers, the 27 year-old Dane has nonetheless already forged a solid reputation in the world of Endurance, thanks in particular to his performances in the ELMS.

After topping the LMP3 standings in 2019, he confirmed his progress in 2020 by finishing third in the LMP2 class of the ELMS, before switching to the IMSA in 2021 where he finished as champion in the LMP2 class. He looks set to pursue his rich vein of form in 2022, having already secured the LMP2 class win at the 24 Hours of Daytona.


  • 2022: LMP2 class winner at the 24 Hours of Daytona
  • 2021: IMSA Champion in the LMP2 class
  • 2020: Third in the ELMS’s LMP2 class
  • 2019: ELMS Champion in the LMP3 class
  • 2014: ADAC Formel Masters Champion

Jean-Eric Vergne
Born on 25 April 1990 in Pontoise, France

Jean-Éric Vergne is Formula E’s sole two-time champion (2017-2018 season and 2018-2019 season). After spending several years in Formula 1 (58 Grand Prix starts), the Frenchman took part in his first E-Prix at Punta Del Este (Uruguay) in December 2014.

Since then, he has established himself as one of the series’ genuine specialists, but he has nonetheless made substantial progress in Endurance within the LMP2 class, so much so that he has now been handed a works drive for the Peugeot Sport TotalEnergies team.


  • 2017-2018 and 2018-2019: Two-time Formula E Champion
  • 58 Formula 1 Grand Prix starts
  • 2018: LMP2 class runner-up in the European Le Mans Series
  • 2011: Formula Renault 3.5 series runner-up
  • 2010: British Formula 3 International Series Champion

Car #94

Gustavo Menezes
Born on 19 September 1984 in Los Angeles, United States

The 27 year-old American first came to prominence in the world of Endurance racing in 2016, when he won the FIA WEC title and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 class with the Signatech Alpine team and ELF. He has since established himself as one of the series’ rising stars, having successfully graduated to LMP1.

The switch to the Hypercar class with Peugeot Sport and TotalEnergies in 2022 marks a new stage for him, but he has already had the chance to get to grips with this new type of prototype with another team.


  • 2018 & 2020: Third in the FIA World Endurance Championship
  • 2016: FIA WEC Champion & winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 class

Loïc Duval
Born on 12 June 1982 in Chartres, France

After making a fine start to his single-seater racing career in Great Britain, Loïc Duval enjoyed real success when he moved to Japan, where he won both the Formula Nippon (now known as the Super Formula) and Super GT titles. Since then, he has established himself as one of Endurance racing’s true specialists, winning the World Endurance Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2013, and the 12 Hours of Sebring on two separate occasions (2011 and 2021).

Aware of both his experience and speed, Peugeot Sport has recruited him to be one of the team’s spearheads on its return to Endurance racing.


  • 2020: Third at the 24 Hours of Daytona
  • 2011 & 2021: Two-time winner of the 12 Hours of Sebring
  • 2013: FIA WEC world champion & winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • 2010: Super GT Champion
  • 2009: Formula Nippon Champion
  • 2003: Formula Renault 2.0 UK Champion 
  • 2002: Formula Campus (FFSA Racing Development) Champion

Nico Müller
Born on 25 February 1992 in Thoune, Switzerland

The latest to join the Peugeot TotalEnergies team, Swiss driver Nico Müller represents a significant addition to the French manufacturer’s factory outfit, backed by the major energy group. The 30 year-old has acquired experience in a variety of disciplines, including karting, single-seater racing, DTM, GT, Formula E and Endurance, all with considerable success. Having started out in karting, like many drivers, he followed a fairly conventional career progression into single-seater racing, winning the 2009 Formula Renault 2.0 Switzerland, before showcasing his skills in GP3 a year later (3rd) and then in Formula Renault 3.5 in 2013, the highlight being a race win at Monaco.

He was subsequently recruited by a German manufacturer, for which he competed in GT (winning the Nürburgring 24 Hours in 2015) and DTM, the incredibly-competitive German touring car championship, finishing as runner-up on two occasions (2019 & 2020). He has since tried his hand at Formula E, before getting his first genuine taste of the World Endurance Championship in 2022 and making his debut appearance at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Suffice to say he is set to be a major asset in bringing success to the Peugeot 9x8s.


  • 2019 & 2020: DTM runner-up
  • 2015: Winner of the Nürburgring 24 Hours
  • 2013: Winner at Monaco in Formula Renault 3.5
  • 2010: Third in the GP3 Series
  • 2009: Formula Renault 2.0 Switzerland Champion




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POWERTRAIN: PEUGEOT HYBRID4 500KW (four-wheel drive)

REAR AXLE: 2.6-litre, 500kW (680hp) bi-turbo V6 petrol engine at 90° + seven-speed sequential gearbox.

FRONT AXLE: 200kW (270hp) electric motor/generator + single-speed transmission.

BATTERY: High-density, 900 volt battery, co-developed by PEUGEOT SPORT & TotalEnergies and its subsidiary Saft.

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