A new trio at the helm of the 12 Heures de la Chinelle

A new trio at the helm of the 12 Heures de la Chinelle
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This summer, the 12 Hours of La Chinelle will celebrate its 44th anniversary. A new edition of the most famous off-road endurance race on the Belgian calendar is marked by the arrival of a new team at the head of the organization. Or actually three teams.

An event like the 12 Hours of La Chinelle requires a lot of organizational resources and expertise. That is why this year three experienced teams are joining forces to ensure that the event continues to fascinate tens of thousands of motorsport fans.

After Concept See and Rudy Noël took over the baton for the past two editions, David Rossomme and his company Event See will take over the overall coordination of the event. Their expertise in event management ensures that the event has all the professionalism it needs to be a success.

In the sporting field, other specialists will be committed to the success of the event, as this aspect of the organization is entrusted to the Moto Club de Dinant, which needs no introduction to the enduro world.

Finally, because La Chinelle is also a great celebration of motorcycling, Event See has entrusted its partner Go Team with the animation and management of the various reception areas.

A strong trio to guarantee the success of the 44th Chinelle and all subsequent ones. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday August 10 on the Franchimont esplanade.

Photos: Gino Maes

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