Watch - Anthony Davidson on his Le Mans dream

WEC champ is fired up to win at Le Mans this year after a tough 2014 race

As soon as Anthony Davidson switched from F1 to sports cars, he knew the race he wanted to win was Le Mans. After all, it's the world's most famous endurance race. Last year, he had a proper go at chasing that dream win, but unfortunately for him, success wasn't on his side.

>Read - Le Mans 24 Hours 2014 report

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That's why in 2015, he'll be pushing hard to fight for the legendary title of Le Mans winner. He'll have his work cut out though, because Porsche, Audi and Nissan (with its front-driven LMP1 racer) will all bring their hardest and fastest to win the coveted endurance race.

With the 2014 WEC title sitting atop an already impressive CV, Anthony will certainly be amongst the favourites to win.

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