Up and coming Indian driver Mira Erda began racing when she was just nine years old and after only 25 days of training she competed in the 2010 JK Tyre National Rotax Max Championship. She’s been in the fast lane of Indian motorsports ever since. Her first international race was the Yamaha SL International Challenge in Malaysia where she later contested a few events in the Formula 4 South East Asia single-seaters, winning podiums in the ladies class of the series.
As worldwide movement control orders relax, Formula 4 Southeast Asia will soon announce a shortened 2020 race calendar with all events to be staged at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia. The official announcement is pending approval of the FIA and will be posted on the formula4.asia website and social media, and listed on FIA.com.