Anthony Davidson is the only British driver in the Peugeot Sport Total team that is bidding to win the Le Mans 24 Hours for a second consecutive year.
The former Aston Matin Racing driver was the team's reserve drive until earlier this year, when he was called up to the full team, an occasion he remembers well, describing it as "emotional day and a fantastic achievement in my career."
After the team's 908 HDi FAP diesel cars locked out the top three places on the grid for Saturday's race, the Peugeot team boss Olivier Quesnel was predicting a 'fascinating battle' against their Audi rivals and one that should match 2009's race.
Davidson is also feeling confident as he prepares for his first Le Mans 24 Hours as a full member of the Peugeot team. Hear what he had to say in our video.