it was not Baby’s Day Out, rather it was the Queens’ day out! Big Boy Toyz (BBT), a leading pre-owned luxury
car company, organised the first edition of women supercars drive that
witnessed a massive participation from women car enthusiasts
was inspired to create Queens Drive Club for women that are interested and
passionate about cars. With 30 women participants the drive was inaugurated
with a flag-off at the BBT Headquarters, Gurugram. The launch was also attended
by Bollywood star Yuvika Chaudhary along with Prince Narula and television fame
a flag-off at the BBT Gurgaon showroom the participants headed towards the
Aravali Hills at 8:00 a.m. The 2-hour drive was followed by a champagne brunch,
live music and relaxing session with fun activities. Post the drive, luxurious
self-care pampering session was organised by BBT that included a relaxing foot and
shoulder massage by Delhi’s luxury salon, Levo.
“queens” were accompanied by a live makeup studio kiosk. There was also customised
jewellery designing for all the women by Aetee Jewellery. The event also
observed some spellbinding art exhibition by the stellar artist Michelle
Poonawala during the brunch.
Ritika Jain Ahuja, Founder of the Queens Drive
Club and COO of BBT, spoke about the event, “I wanted to create a platform for
women like me who love to drive and are interested in supercars. As I believe
women can run a family, company and a whole nation then there is nothing that
we can’t do. My main goal was to break the stereotype that women aren’t good
Neharika Yadhav, dental surgeon and superbike racer added, “When Ritika called
me and shared her thoughts on starting the 1st women’s supercar club I was
super excited to be a part of it as no one has previously worked on bringing
women behind such beautiful power machines together on one platform. Being
women who share the same passion of need for speed and all things beautiful
inside out this is a great merger. After all, why should only boys have all the
Misbah, biker and owner of a superbike store commented, “You can be an absolute
smart and tough woman and still not lose your femininity.” Driving a Lamborghini
Gallardo Noctis, Sneha Berry said, “I’ve always been fascinated whenever I came
across super car clubs. But I have always seen only men have been a part of it.
I always wanted to experience the thrill and fun of these super car clubs. Now
being a part of Queens drive car club, I got the opportunity to experience the
fact, Queens club has given me a great platform to socialise and connect with
other female enthusiasts. It is intriguing how the club has already started activities
like photo shoots, champagne lunch. I’m glad I got on board and can’t wait to
experience what more Queens drive club has in store for us,” she added.
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