/Pathways World School Student becomes Youngest Formula Racer of India!

Pathways World School Student becomes Youngest Formula Racer of India!

Manav Sharma, a 16 years old young student of Grade 10 at Pathways World School Aravali has become the youngest Formula 4 Racer of India.

The dynamic young racer started training for Karting back in 2013 and post that there has been no looking back. He participated in the 1st National Championship – JK National Karting in 2014 and finished 11th. Further, in 2015 he went for a training in Malaysia and finished 4th in the JK Tyre Championship held in the same year. Also, in 2016 he was titled as the National Champion of India.

Manav participated in the Rotax Max World Finals in Italy in November 2016 and competed with 72 racers from 50 countries. He finished 20th and was declared as the Youngest Driver to be in the Top 20 in the World!

The Rotax Max Asia Championship held in Malaysia from 30th – 1st October 2017 is known to be one of the toughest races, and drivers participating in this Championship have an experience of at least 8 years or more.  Manav, with a mere 3 years’ of experience, finished 4th out of 34 racers and was declared as the Youngest Racer in Asia and the youngest achiever in DD2 Senior Category.

 

Manav is eagerly looking forward to participating in the Europe Formula 4 Championship to be held in 2018.