Furthermore to racing, he constructed cars and in 1980, he earned the a day of Le Mans in an automobile that he previously helped build, the Rondeau M379B. He raced for Formulation Renault in the 1970s before he started racing saloon vehicles. He believed he earned the 1982 Globe Endurance Championships, and then have FIA shock him using a ruling that Porsche got actually earned. He was created and elevated in Le Mans. In 1984 he completed second on the a day of Le Mans, 7 laps before a group led by David Hobbs.