PSA motorsport director Olivier Quesnel has denied rumors that Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastien Loeb would be contesting this year's Le Mans 24 Hours.
There had been potential for both drivers to compete in a Red Bull-backed Peugeot at the French circuit this summer as the endurance race doesn't clash with any rounds of the World Rally Championship and both men have stated that they would be interested in the future.
Speculation was rife at last week's Rally Sweden that the pair would race in a 908 for the first time at Le Mans. Loeb came close to starting the race with Peugeot last season, before deciding to focus his attentions on a seventh world rally title.
Quesnel said: "How could this be? We already held a press conference to announce the drivers for our cars at the race. No, they will not race at Le Mans this year, Sebastien already said this at our season launch last month."
Loeb has twice competed at Le Mans, finishing second in a Pescarolo in 2006.