11-Year-Old Racer Girl JUJU aims for the First-Ever Woman F1 Winner!

Monday 04th, September 2017 / 15:04 Written by
11-Year-Old Racer Girl JUJU aims for the First-Ever Woman F1 Winner!

Juju Noda grabbed a racing car handle at 3, and now she is the world’s first primary school student to drive an FIA-sanctioned Formula 4 race car at race speed. And she broke lap records.

She is the youngest racing driver in Japan to have signed a professional racer contract with a sponsor MIKI HOUSE, long-established child apparel brand.

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Her father is ex-F1 and ex-Indycar racer, Hideki Noda who runs NODA RACING ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL in Okayama prefecture. He teaches her a few times a week in Okayama international circuit, watching her driving in the control tower.

She drives for a big dream that she becomes the first ever woman F1 racer and wins.

 

 

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