After the resounding success of the 2017 edition, Exclusive Drive will return to the circuits of Le Mans for three days from March 23rd through the 25th. The mobile motor show is once again set to offer plenty of activities and attractions, including the Talon Pointe charity operation and a rally called Le Convoi (The Convoy).
The public is in for a treat again this year. For just 20 euros, visitors will have access to countless activities, like a lesson in drifting, a pit stop challenge and a peak at the Signatech Alpine team's behind-the-scenes experience at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Driving, track outings, testing…on the track, road or in competition mode…there's something for everyone and every level on the Bugatti and Maison Blanche circuits, and even on the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit, as constructors will allow visitors to test out their newest two-wheel and four-wheel models, with a surcharge of 115 euros for those seeking the competition option.
The public will also be able to attend a women-only competition. Ten personalities will participate in Talon Pointe, a challenge aimed at providing the three winners selected by a panel to collect funds for the charity of their choice. One participant is TV and radio host Laurie Cholewa, taking part on behalf of the ARCAD, leading the charge in the fight against digestive cancers.
Lastly, owners of vintage or modern GTs can participate in Le Convoi (The Convoy), a rally kicking off on Saturday, March 24th in the Paris area and finishing at the Bugatti circuit with two separate running sessions. There are only 20 spots available, so don't wait to regisiter!