Iron Lynx and Lamborghini have announced a brand new collaboration for the upcoming seasons
2023 will be a GT3 collaboration, with 2024 being the big year of the LMDh car.
Iron Lynx has run with Ferrari so far, no matter what category they have entered. They started out working with Kessel Racing, until they started their own operation. They started working together with Prema Racing for the 2022 season, and they ran the LMP2 part of the team, while Iron Lynx ran the GTE, GT3 and Ferrari Challenge cars. They will continue to work together, into the LMDh era.
The 2023 season will consist of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship endurance rounds, which are Daytona 24 Hours, Sebring 12 Hours , Watkins Glen 6 Hours, and Petit Le Mans 10 Hours. They will run with car #63 for all those seasons, while they will bring #19 and #83 – the Iron Dames car – for Daytona as well.
They are going to race in GT World Challenge Europe as well, where car #19, #63 and #83 will compete. They did so as well this year, with three Ferrari cars.
In addition to that, they will compete in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, which replaces their Ferrari Challenge programme. They have already had their first participation this weekend, with Michelle Gatting and Doriane Pin behind the wheel at the World Finals in Portimao.
They are going to run the LMDh cars for Lamborghini in 2024 in the FIA World Endurance Championship, and however many rounds of the IMSA series that they are planning to compete in.
There is no news regarding which drivers are going to be part of the programme, but with the Lamborghini collaboration we must expect the Ferrari drivers to be swapped with Lamborghini works drivers instead.
There is an GTE programme brewing for the European Le Mans Series and FIA World Endurance Championship in 2023, but the team hasn’t announced the details yet, although they tested with Proton Competition and their Porsche after the ELMS finale in Portimao, three weeks ago.