Iron Lynx and Iron Dames confirm 2023 Fanatec GT World Challenge Endurance Cup entry with three-car line-up

Today, Italian motor racing outfit Iron Lynx has confirmed the entry of three cars in the 2023 Fanatec GT World Challenge Endurance Cup season. Both the Iron Lynx and Iron Dames teams will drive the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO2 across five races in the season, including the 24 Hours of Spa.

Iron Lynx will run car #63 with its team of official Lamborghini factory drivers, featuring Mirko Bortolotti, Andrea Caldarelli and Jordan Pepper. The trio will race in the Pro category throughout the season.

The second Iron Lynx car, #19, will compete in the Gold Cup, with drivers Rolf Ineichen, Michele Beretta and Lamborghini factory driver Leonardo Pulcini taking to the wheel.

The Iron Dames once again bring an all-female driver line-up to the championship, taking part in the Bronze Cup in the #83 car. Drivers Rahel Frey, Sarah Bovy and Michelle Gatting will return to defend their Gold Cup title from the 2022 24 Hours of Spa.

The cars have begun testing in preparation for 2023, building towards their return and targeting further success at some of the most iconic circuits in global motorsport.

Iron Lynx Team Principal, Andrea Piccini, said: “This is the third year that Iron Lynx is taking part in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup, and we are thrilled to be bringing three cars to the grid. We are excited to return with Lamborghini to take on one of the most competitive GT championships.

“We have very nice memories from our previous seasons at the Fanatec GTWC and we are really looking forward to the official test days starting tomorrow.”

Lamborghini Head of Motorsport, Giorgio Sanna, said: “Lamborghini Squadra Corse is thrilled to support the Iron Lynx Team and the Iron Dames car in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup as well. All three Huracán GT3 EVO2 boast high-profile crews aiming for ambitious results.”

The season starts on 22nd April 2023 with the opening race at Monza, Italy.