2020 on the starting grid: Iron Lynx is already on the track.

While the Iron Dames are ready to race on the Abu Dhabi circuit, the Racing Team Iron Lynx is gearing up for an even more exciting 2020 as ambitious projects are unveiled.

Countdown has began as the Iron Dames line up at the Gulf 12 hours in Abu Dhabi with their Ferrari 488 GT3. An important new experience for the women’s team signed to Iron Lynx. However, due to personal reasons Deborah Mayer and Claudio Schiavoni have had to retire before the starting pistol, meaning an early exit for the 488 GT3 #60 team comprised of Claudio Schiavoni, Andrea Piccini and Sergio Pianezzola.

As the end of 2019 near, the Iron Lynx racers are already geared up to face the challenges that 2020 has in store. After the prestigious partnership of 2019 with Abu Dhabi Racing Team by Prema in the Italian F4 Championship and thanks to the important victory in the Italian GT Light Championship with a Ferrari 458 GT3, the Italian company focuses exclusively on Ferrari cars for the GT 2020 programmes, entirely managed by the Racing Team Iron Lynx will continue on its growth path in Europe taking part in the some of the most important GT Car Championships: the European Le Mans Series, where two Ferrari 488 GTE will race and the Michelin Le Mans Cup, with two Ferrari 488 GT3.

Of course, the ambitious and successful Iron Dames project, conceived and founded by Iron Lynx, is confirmed, ready to give the public thrilling satisfaction. The three lady crew, composed of Manuela Gostner, Rahel Frey and Michelle Gatting are showcasing in the prestigious ELMS championship. In the Michelin Le Mans Cup 2020, Deborah Mayer, Ferrari Ambassador for Women in Racing, returns to the track.                                       Together with Michelle Gatting, she will form the first all-female crew in the history of the Championship. Alongside them, Claudio Schiavoni, Andrea Piccini and Sergio Pianezzola will fight in the ELMS while Giacomo Piccini will be ready to defend the Michelin Le Mans Cup title.

In the splendid headquarter of Cesena, where the cars are prepared, everything is ready for a 2020 marked Iron Lynx.  The workshop 3.0 is the beating heart of the Motorsport Lab, created to train and support promising drivers with a high-level car fleet dedicated to racing (two Ferrari 488 GTE, three Ferrari 488 GT3, one Ferrari 458 GT3, three Tatuus Formula 4) as well as two Ferrari 488 Challenge and three Ferrari 458 Challenge for events and racing courses and a state-of-the-art simulator with parabolic screen and dynamic movement.