Marc Gené, former F1 driver and winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, is recognized for his modesty, friendliness and willpower. He started karting at the age of 13 and became the youngest driver to win the Spanish Karting Championship in the senior category. He progressed to single-seater racing and took interest in Formula 1, making his debut with Minardi in 1999 and scoring the only point for the team. He then moved on to Williams and Ferrari, winning Le Mans in 2009 and achieving good results. Marc is currently a Ferrari ambassador and TV commentator, and in his personal life enjoys reading, languages and being a father to his children.