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In motorsports most athletes are dependent on external sponsors to pursue a career in racing. Especially for female drivers, finding necessary funding has proven to be a difficult task. German racer Laura-Marie Geissler is setting out to change this dynamic with the launch of the first NFT-funded racing team.

The proceeds of all NFT sales will finance Laura-Marie’s racing season in 2022.

The LMG GT No.1 livery is based on the design of a race legend. Its skin bares the marks that beauty surgeons use for their operations, symbolising the pressure put on the physical appearance of female drivers – a bold statement against the objectification of women in motorsports and for gender equality in the racing world.

The unique NFT set includes a 360° render of the livery, a high-res top shot of the design, the buyers name on Laura-Marie’s real LMG GT No.1 race car and her signed Arai GP-6 helmet, which will be shipped to the winning bidder after the auction.

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Laura-Marie Geissler is a 24 year old race driver from Munich, Germany. After starting in Kart races at the age of 10, she quickly found her way into professional racing. At the age of 16 she got her official racing licence at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, followed by her Nordschleifen Permit B in 2019. In 2021 she started her season with a 1st and a 3rd place at the Porsche Sprint Challenge and is currently driving in the GT4 European Series. This year, the LMG Racing Team sets out to change the game – by becoming the first fully NFT funded racing team.
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LMG GT No.1

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In motorsports most athletes are dependent on external sponsors to pursue a career in racing. Especially for female drivers, finding necessary funding has proven to be a difficult task. German racer Laura-Marie Geissler is setting out to change this dynamic with the launch of the first NFT-funded racing team.

The proceeds of all NFT sales will finance Laura-Marie’s racing season in 2022.

The LMG GT No.1 livery is based on the design of a race legend. Its skin bares the marks that beauty surgeons use for their operations, symbolising the pressure put on the physical appearance of female drivers – a bold statement against the objectification of women in motorsports and for gender equality in the racing world.

The unique NFT set includes a 360° render of the livery, a high-res top shot of the design, the buyers name on Laura-Marie’s real LMG GT No.1 race car and her signed Arai GP-6 helmet, which will be shipped to the winning bidder after the auction.

LMG Racing collection image
Laura-Marie Geissler is a 24 year old race driver from Munich, Germany. After starting in Kart races at the age of 10, she quickly found her way into professional racing. At the age of 16 she got her official racing licence at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, followed by her Nordschleifen Permit B in 2019. In 2021 she started her season with a 1st and a 3rd place at the Porsche Sprint Challenge and is currently driving in the GT4 European Series. This year, the LMG Racing Team sets out to change the game – by becoming the first fully NFT funded racing team.
Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainEthereum
MetadataFrozen
Creator Earnings
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