Italian luxury sports car manufacturer, Lamborghini has organised the First Super Sports Car Drive for Women in New Delhi, India. The drive was flagged off by Armaan Ebrahim, the Indian contender for the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo along with Sharad Agarwal, the Head of Lamborghini India and has been initiated to encourage the culture of driving passion amongst women.
Speaking on the First Super Sports Car drive for Women, Andrea Baldi, General Manager Automobili Lamborghini Asia Pacific commented "With the number of women car buyers increasing every year globally, we are glad that Lamborghini India took this initiative to provide a platform for women to drive super sports cars in India."
Adding to this, Mr Sharad Agarwal, Head of Lamborghini India said, "We intend to serve as a catalyst for the passion of driving amongst women. Lamborghini India will take this initiative forward across other cities in the country."
The drive included a Lamborghini sports car experience on the city roads and on the race track at the Buddha International Circuit (BIC) that covers 45 km commencing from Shangri-La, Hotel, centre of New Delhi to BIC. The drive was led by Sheetal Dugar, the first Indian woman to own Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 coupe. In fact, she has also won a super-car racing Club GT's races in Kolkata and for the event, Dugar was accompanied by eight women from different walks of life.
Sheetal Dugar said, "It was a privilege to be a part of the first ever super sports car drive for women conducted by Lamborghini in India. It was the first time, I have ever driven in an all-women drive. Events like this should motivate women in our country to follow their passion for driving super sports cars. It feels I am exploring new horizons and crossing more boundaries every time that I am behind my steering wheel."