While the 2nd edition has just ended, will the GP Explorer return next year? Find out the answer.
Just a few years ago, this would have been completely unthinkable, and no one would have bet on such an event taking place. And yet, they did it. Organized by YouTuber Squeezie, notably known for his video game reviews and with more than 18 million subscribers, the GP Explorer was the not-to-be-missed event of the weekend. In total, more than 60,000 people were present this Saturday on the 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit to support their favorite crews, made up entirely of YouTubers and streamers. Among them, Amixem and Etienne Mustache, among others.
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This edition was notably marked by the victory of Diepelo as well as Manon and Maxime’s accident, who were therefore unable to finish the race. A rather bitter end for fans of the two videographers, who now hope to be able to see them on the track again. But will there be a 3rd edition, already eagerly awaited by fans? At the moment, the answer is not yet definitive. Indeed, the organizer gives himself time to think, while many enthusiasts have questions. Squeezie explains that he first needs to debrief this edition.
For the moment, the content creator declares that he is not closing any doors, while the event was also widely followed on the Twitch streaming platform. However, it cannot be ruled out that he also decides to do not repeat the experience following the accident, which caused some injuries to Manon who escaped without serious trauma. You will therefore have to show a little more patience before knowing everything about a possible 3rd edition.
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