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A former champion has signed with a team to compete in 2018 Ross Land / Getty Images

Former World Endurance Champion Loic Duval has signed with TDS Racing to drive an LMP2 car during the 2018-19 ‘Superseason,’ per Motorsport.com.

Duval wasn’t racing full time this past season after the Audi LMP1 program was discontinued.

“I am very happy to come back to the WEC and the 24 Hours of Le Mans alongside my Audi program, and moreover I am very excited about the environment in which I will compete,” Duval said.

“TDS Racing is a very professional race team, but with strong family values. I am looking forward to help Francois improve and be Matthieu’s wingman. I would like to thank both of them for this great opportunity. I can’t wait to race in the LMP2 category which has shown some classic fights last season.”

Before signing to return to the WEC, Duval spent time racing in the Formula E series and Touring cars.

Related: [VIDEO] As Audi Retires From Le Mans, Porsche Sends Them A Special Goodbye

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