Though it’s no longer considered uncommon to see women taking part in motorsport these days, a recent move by TVS Racing is now set to boost women’s participation even more.
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Shreya is set to race in the Group B class (Apache RTR 200), first round of which is slated for this weekend on April 30-May 1.
KP Aravind during 2015’s Indian National Rally championship. God Speed
There will be a total of six rounds in the 2016 season. Talking about her passion Shreya had stated in an interview:
Though this would be Shreya’s first competitive event, she has in the past driven over the dunes in Dubai and has done a lot of travelling in the north and south India and the Himalayas.
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Arvind Pangaonkar, head of Team TVS Racing, said that the idea behind roping in Shreya was to “strengthen ourselves”. He called for equality in this sport.