The Speed Queen on Track ⋆ The Teenager Today – Jarastyle Teen’s

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Mira Erda

Motorsports has been a male-dominated sport in India for ages. But Mira Erda broke the age- and gender-stereotypes to be a racer, and her never-quit attitude paved the way for her to be in the spotlight on the track. Vadodara’s racing champ, Mira Erda has been proving her mettle racing both in India and internationally over the years.

Mira Erda was born on 24 October 2000 in Vadodara, Gujarat, to Kirit and Nima Erda. She did her schooling at Rosary High School, Vadodara. She was first introduced to the karting track at the age of eight by her father. Initially, she used to drive for fun with her brother, and then she began racing in competitions when she was just nine years old.

Her father was criticized for letting his daughter into motorsports because, for many, it was a male sport. But seeing her keen interest, he kept supporting her to pursue it. In her early days, Mira experienced indifference from boys and teams because they found it hard to accept the idea of a girl racing. But with time, she got better at the sport and became a newsmaker.

Cover of the March 2024 issue of The Teenager Today with a smiling female student on the cover

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The Speed Queen on Track ⋆ The Teenager Today - Jarastyle Teen's

Dr Sajith Cyriac, Ph.D. (Media Education), is the General Editor of Better Yourself Books. He is an established author with 19 books to his credit. He is a former Editor of Inspirational Quote and former Vice Principal of St Pauls College, Bengaluru.


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