As an associate of Audi Sports Group Joset, he won three consecutive a day of Le Mans races from 2000 to 2002; then continued to win the function two additional occasions. He started his racing profession at age group 11, when he competitively raced karts; in 1981 he started racing in Method Three, and in 1984, he came into Method Two. Like a Method One racer, he notched his 1st career victory in the 1989 French Grand Prix. He was created and elevated in Rome. He received his three consecutive Le Mans races with co-driver Allan McNish.