Meet the Iron Dames, a team comprised of only women drivers who are set to kick some ass and take some names, especially with their latest racecar - the team has moved from Ferrari to Lamborghini, and that means more style, more speed and a pretty damn cool Hot Pink Huracán. Founded in 2018 by Deborah Mayer, Iron Dames is a project aimed at supporting women in motorsport, from drivers to mechanics, engineers, and managers. The race team is now comprised of four female drivers, Rahel Frey, Michelle Gatting, Sarah Bovy, and Doriane Pin. As the name suggests, Iron Dames is a project run by the well-known outfit Iron Lynx, the Italian racing stable chosen by Lamborghini Squadra Corse as the operating team for the IMSA Endurance Cup 2023. They will be helping the team excel behind the wheel of that absolutely amazing-looking Hot Pink Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO2 - which will compete under race number 83. The team shares one vision: “We wear a pink suit, it’s true. But when we put our helmets on, we’re drivers who want to win. And nothing more.” Racing head-to-head with their male colleagues, Iron Dames will be competing in the IMSA Endurance Cup at Sebring this March. The four team members will do that usual driver swap so they each get decent stints in during the longer endurance races.
Take a look at the YouTube video that shows you more about the Iron Dames and their race team and a bit on what they're all about - they do need to get a new vid up though because of this upgrade from Ferrari to Lamborghini: IRON DAMES: Women driven by dreams | Iron Dames
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