Paul-Loup Chatin - WEC Alpine

Born in 1991, Paul-Loup began karting as a teenager before graduating to single-seaters in 2010, immediately clinching the Volant Euro Formula title before successive championship podiums in the seasons that followed. He hit the ground just as quickly when he moved to Endurance racing, enjoying immediate success with a LMPC-class title in the 2013 European Le Mans Series.



The following year, he won the European LMP2 title with Signatech Alpine and received the ‘Prix Jean Rondeau’ award – given to young French drivers in recognition of their talent, perseverance and bravery – following his class podium at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.



He then helped Alpine move up to the FIA World Endurance Championship before taking on new challenges; he won his second European Le Mans title in 2019 and the iconic 24 Hours of Daytona in an Oreca-chassis car in 2021, before lifting the IMSA LMP2 trophy in 2023 and scoring an impressive Hyperpole at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. His impressive record makes him a clear choice for our A424 driving team.



“I am so pleased to re-join Alpine in the Hypercar class for the 2024 season,” Paul-Loup says. “I started my Endurance career with Signatech Alpine in 2014, and it's a team I've always followed. “As a Frenchman, representing a French manufacturer at the highest level of world motorsport is a privilege, especially at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the biggest motor race in the world. It's why I get up every morning. I can't wait for the season to begin.”

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