Did you know... that Sarrazin was the winner of the prestigious Tour de Corse rally in 2014?
Stephane Sarrazin started out in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship racing Venturi Formula E before switching to Techeetah midway through Season 3. For Season 4, Sarrazin makes a comeback to the series racing for MS&AD Andretti Formula E.
Sarrazin picked up karting from his father who had a passion for motorsport, with a hobby of driving rally cars. During his early years he clinched two karting titles and progressed to single-seaters becoming the French Formula Renault champion in 1994.
He went on to claim the Formula 3 national title before graduating to Formula 3000 with the Apomatox team. Sarrazin achieved his childhood dream in 1999 competing in his first Formula 1 race at the Brazilian Grand Prix. He stepped in for the injured Luca Badoer at Minardi but retired midway through the race.
Despite being selected for testing roles at the Prost GP and Toyota F1 teams, Sarrazin instead converted his efforts to rallying in 2004. He joined the WRC with Subaru and finished in the top-10 at every event in his debut year.
Moving through the ranks in endurance racing, Sarrazin joined the LMP1 class to compete in the Le Mans 24 Hours with the prestigious Peugeot outfit. He twice stood on the podium during his time at the team before moving to Toyota in the World Endurance Championship where he and his team-mates finished second in 2016.