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Is motorsports only a career for the rich? Mira Erda busts the myths around racing in India. Photo courtesy: Mira Erda

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Formula 4 Driver Mira Erda on Breaking Into the Male-Dominated World of Motorsports

She shares the challenges that she faced in her journey and how she is paving the way for other women.

Mira Erda, the youngest Formula 4 female driver, has smashed stereotypes around women in motorsports.

The 20-year-old racer has not just changed the perception of racing being a viable career for women in India but has also dealt with misconceptions around motorsports only being for the rich. For someone who started racing at the age of 9, how did she decide to make a career out of it and what hurdles did she face in her career?

Erda joined us on Re:Set Dialogues to share her journey of becoming a professional racer and how young Indian women can break into this field.

 

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Formula 4 Driver Mira Erda on Breaking Into the Male-Dominated World of Motorsports