Together with Gatting, Frey and Bovy –- who claimed three WEC class poles last year as the Dames finished the season second in the GTE Am standings – Pin finished sixth in the GTD class at last weekend’s Daytona 24 Hours.
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#83 Iron Dames Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2: Rahel Frey, Michelle Gatting, Sarah Bovy, Doriane Pin
She will combine her WEC outings with representing Prema in the F1 Academy series, having been added to the Mercedes junior roster earlier this month.
“She is an incredible talent and will complement both Sarah and Michelle’s strengths massively.”
Meanwhile, DTM race winner Franck Perera will make his WEC debut as part of the #60 line-up run under the Iron Lynx banner.
Perera made the most recent of four outings for Iron Lynx in IMSA at Daytona, finishing seventh after losing time to a punctured radiator.
“Having already worked with Franck in the United States, I am very happy to have him join our team on the global stage,” added Piccini.