Lawson Launches Charity Project in New Zealand

Liam Lawson, a 21-year-old driver, has chosen a worn-out 2000 Subaru for his new project in his home country, which he announced on his YouTube channel, where he also plans to share updates on the project that will benefit charity.


‣ Liam Lawson, a 21-year-old driver, has chosen a worn-out 2000 Subaru for his new project, diverging from the stereotype of professional drivers preferring overpriced or flashy sports cars.
‣ In the UK, Lawson usually drives a Toyota Supra, but for his project in his home country, he has opted for a different vehicle.
‣ Lawson has recently started a YouTube channel where he announced a project involving his new car, with proceeds going to charity.
‣ Despite being new to YouTube, Lawson has already showcased the first upgrades to his Subaru, indicating his quick adaptation to content creation and his project’s progress.

Liam Lawson? He’s not the guy you’ll catch flaunting a shiny, overpriced Lamborghini or a flashy red sports car. Nope. Instead, he’s rocking a 2000 Subaru that’s seen better days. On his YouTube channel, Lawson’s peeling back the curtain on his latest endeavor. While he’s zipping around in a Toyota Supra across the UK, back home, he’s got something else up his sleeve.

### Lawson and his new car

Now, here’s the scoop. Lawson’s spending a few more days in NZ. And guess what? He’s got a project in the works. It’s not just any project, though. This one’s got a heart, with proceeds heading to charity. “Excited to share more about this project over the next few weeks,” he spills on YouTube. And get this – Lawson’s only been at the YouTube game for a month.

But don’t let that fool you. The 21-year-old’s already a natural. There’s a video floating around that shows off the first tweaks to his Subaru. It’s clear he’s got a knack for this.

Albert Ramirez
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