Frey rejoins Iron Dames for WEC

Swiss racer Rahel Frey is set to return to the Iron Dames FIA WEC driver lineup for a partial season in LMGT3, following today’s news that Doriane Pin will compete in the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine single-seater series this year.

Due to Pin’s commitments with FRECA, Frey will join Sarah Bovy and Michelle Gatting aboard the team’s Lamborghini Huracan LMGT3 for five of the remaining seven races, adding to her ELMS LMGT3 program in the Iron Dames Porsche.

“I will rejoin Sarah and Michelle for the WEC in 2024 starting with the six hours at Spa, then after Le Mans I will be with them in Sao Paulo, Austin, Fuji and Bahrain,” she said. “I can’t wait to get back in the car and wish Doriane all the best for her new commitments.”


As part of the reveal, Frey also teased a further piece of news to come regarding Pin’s future in the sport. “Stay tuned for Dori!” she said.

20-year-old Pin meanwhile, will race as part of the championship’s first all-female lineup, operated by Iron Dames, alongside Spaniard Marta Garcia. This adds to her single-seater program in the F1 Academy series.

While Pin will miss five races this season, she will compete this weekend at Imola and return to the Iron Dames lineup for Le Mans.

“I feel grateful for this opportunity to participate in such a championship. I’m fully committed to this new challenge and can’t wait to be on track and make the most of it,” Pin said. “It’s fantastic to take another important step in single-seater racing together with Iron Dames and Mercedes. Together with Marta, we aim to inspire young girls around the world to pursue their dreams fearlessly and embrace opportunities in racing.”

Story originally appeared on Racer