Motor Show Life Live will be presenting the entirety of its activities

As one of the stars of the world rally championship, Thierry Neuville, when not at the wheel of a World Rally Car, manages the Life Live company, which he created together with Antoine Cornet and his brother Yannick Neuville. Based in Saint-Vith, Life Live is active in the world of Cross-Car racing… but not only! 

At the International Motor Show Luxembourg 2023, to be held on Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and Sunday 13thNovember, the structure located in the east of Belgium will be omnipresent, with the primary ambition of presenting the entirety of its activities. Starting, of course, with the Cross-Car part, with the exhibition of the new XC Cross Car TN11 chassis, which is already proving its worth in the European XC Cross Car Championship manned by the official drivers David Méat and Marcello Gallo, who will be present in the halls of LuxExpo!

Life Live, is also the FIA European Cross Car Academy Trophy, highly official competition allowing 10 young lions to progress with great strides on the international scene. A brilliant racing school, which the IMS Luxembourg public will be able to discover or rediscover. Young Lions eager for thrills take note! 

As competition car tuners, Life Live will be exhibiting the Opel Corsa Rally4, at the wheel of which Tom Heindrichs is distinguishing himself in the Stellantis Motorsport Rally Cup Belux 2023. A bomb of a car that the young lion made good use of during the recent Rallye Lëtzebuerg! 

As for the now renowned BMW M3 E30 Gr.A Life Live, which Thierry Neuville himself spun during the Spa Rally 2022, it is subject to rental in due form. One will have the opportunity to admire this icon of rallying history from every angle. 

That covers the static part. Life Live and Pole Position also intend to collaborate when it comes to putting on a show at the International Motor Show Luxembourg 2023. Further news in the coming weeks, but there is no doubt, Life Live will be talked about at the beginning of November on Grand Duchy soil… 

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