"Dr. Mamour" success of TF1 Grey's Anatomy series has swapped the white blouse for the combination of driver in order to run the 24 hours of Le Mans. Mani!

For his fourth participation in the mythical race of endurance, Patrick Dempsey, 49 years, aims to win in his category LM GTE with teammates Patrick Long and Marco Seefried.

His passion for the automobile and the 24 hours of le Mans back in 1971, year where came the film Le Mans with Steve McQueen. "I had the poster displayed at home, he said in an interview with the daily team. The scenes in the film are real, it is the auto race. Le Mans is a great film because it tells what is happening in the car."

In 2009, while the series Grey's Anatomy, where he plays "Dr. Mamour", makes a splash on TF1, Patrick Dempsey for real view le Mans in a Ferrari 430GT and it ranks 9th in the GT2 category. The virus is taken. Six years later, it calls the foot to the floor by integrating the world endurance Championship and taking part in eight races including the Le Mans course within its Dempsey Proton Racing team and the support of Porsche.

This passion occupies it a good part of his time since he left Grey's Anatomy after eleven years of good and loyal service to the Seattle Grace Hospital. Moreover, he says in the team. Close a chapter is never easy. to do the mourning, there is a process of acceptance and this year has been a lot of it. Return to le Mans is a regeneration, a form of renaissance. And reach the podium, this is my dream."

The start of the race is fixed at 3 p.m., to be followed live on France 2 and Eurosport. Created by http://www.boxsetstore.com