Gina-Maria Adenauer

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Gina Maria Adenauer (born 16 August 1985 in Hamm, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a female race car driver from Germany. She started her career in karting, then moved to in German Formula König at the age of 17 in 2002, moving on to German Formula VW the following year and on to German Formula Three in 2004, where she drove for the Seyffarth team. In 2005 she was racing in the Toyota Yaris Cup for "Busch-Racing". In 2006, she took part in the F3 Euroseries race at the Norisring, finishing 5th in the Drivers' Trophy which is restricted to drivers who are not more than 22 years old, using chassis specifications that are 2 to 4 years old. She also raced in the SEAT León Supercopa series, finishing 12th in her debut [1] in the Konrad Motorsport entered car.

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