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In the F1 School World Championship, 4 girls of India’s average age of 13 have created history. Amyra, Tamaras, Jessme and Siovone formed a team for this competition and named it Team Blaze. This team has now made many records.
Team Blaze has become the youngest team from India to participate in the F1 School World Championship. Along with this, it is the only girls’ team from India to participate in the championship. This team has so far defeated many teams with an average age of 18 years in the competition. The finals will start from June 4.
The world’s largest STEM competition
The F1 Schools Championship is the world’s largest STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) competition. In this, the experience of Formula-1 is given to the children of 9 to 19 years. The participant taking part in this has to make a small sized car.
Competition from car making to sponsorship
Along with this they have to fund their project. To support your team, you have to arrange for sponsorship and endorsements. After this, a technical portfolio of the car has to be prepared. Along with this, the car has to be branded in the market and racing with it.
Objective to bring girls into motor sport field
Team Blaze says they aim to bring more girls into the motor sport field and experience them in the STEM field. For this, the team has also created a live channel on social media. Along with this, the team is also motivating girls to join this motor sport field through apps and songs.
Team Blaze aims to support women empowerment
Team Blaze says they want to break the dominance of men in the STEM field. They want girls to think that whatever they have dreamed, they can also fulfill it. The team said that their aim is to promote women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics and support women empowerment.
The four girls were interested in motor sport from the age of 10.
Team Blaze has also won many awards in this field. The team says that he thought of making a career in the motor sport field from the age of 10. He also got the support of The Fédération Internationale d’Automobile (FIA) in this journey. The FIA is the governing body of many racing events, including Formula 1. With the support of him and many others, the team won 5 awards last year.
Suresh Raina and Hema Malini also supported Team Blaze
After this, former cricketer Suresh Raina, Hema Malini, British Councilor Maserati and many other personalities also praised his work. All these have also wished Team Blaze all the best for the Nationals. The World Finals will begin on June 4. Team Blaze says that they are ready for the finals and want to win it and gift it to India.