Iron Lynx will field a Lamborghini Hurácan GT3 Evo 2 in the upcoming GT World Challenge Europe season with a trio of experienced drivers racing in the Endurance Cup.

Extending into a second season of GTWC Europe will be a trio of Lamborghini factory drivers. Matteo Cairoli, Andrea Caldarelli and Mirko Bortolotti all raced in the championship in 2023.

Andrea and Mirko raced with Iron Lynx that year, with a podium at the season-opener at Monza.

Mirko’s GTWC Europe journey began in 2015 and he is the 2017 champion in the category alongside Andrea who debuted that year. Matteo, meanwhile, will race for the team in GTWC Europe for the first time after making his championship debut in 2020.

This trio, racing in the #63 car, will be competing in the Pro category and challenging for the highest spots in the highly competitive championship which has featured grids of over 50 cars in recent years.

The 2024 season will take place over five rounds, including the centenary of the iconic Spa 24 Hours and concluding with a new 1000-kilometre event in Saudi Arabia.

Andrea Piccini, Iron Lynx Team Principal and CEO, said: “We are delighted to be continuing in GT World Challenge into 2024 with the Lamborghini Hurácan GT3 Evo 2. We have an exceptional trio of drivers for our campaign this year, with Matteo, Andrea and Mirko all having proven their worth. This is an incredibly competitive championship, with the best GT teams and drivers around, and the experience gained by being in the championship is hugely beneficial for all of our GT3 programmes.”