Guwahati, August 13, 2019:
Aishwarya Pissay, a 23-year old from Bengaluru, became the first Indian to clinch a world title in motorsports, by annexing the FIM World Cup ( Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) in the women’s category at Varpalota in Hungary.
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Aishwarya Pissay also finished second in the FIM Junior category yesterday.
Aishwarya, won the first round in Dubai. She was placed third in Portugal, fifth in Spain and fourth in Hungary in the subsequent outings, finished with a tally of 65 points.
She was placed second in the junior category with 46 points, behind championship winner Tomas de Gavardo (60) of Chile.
In the Hungarian Baja, Aishwarya (52) and Vieira (45) who were the top contenders for the World Cup earned the Indian 13 points (fourth-place finish) while Vieira, placed third, garnered 16.
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