The driver from Lyon is part of the Garage 59 team’s Pro line-up in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup. This year, his McLaren 650S GT3 has been decorated in an eye-catching Motul livery called Ki’Win in homage to Bruce McLaren, the New Zealand driver-constructor who founded the make.
In 2016, the no. 58 McLaren’s victory in the Paul Ricard 1000 km played a vital role in clinching the Blancpain GT Series Endurance title for Rob Bell, Shane van Gisbergen and Ledogar. Two years later the McLaren, still carrying the same number, started on the front row of the grid. The Frenchman and his team-mates, Andrew Watson and Ben Barnicoat, dominated the race until a mechanic put his foot on the white line marking the division between the pit and pit lane during a refuelling stop. The result was a penalty that dropped the trio back to third place at the flag.