Mumbai's Jehan Daruvala becomes history as first Indian to win 'Formula Two' race


Bangla Hunt Desk: Jehan Daruvala, a 22-year-old from Mumbai, made history by becoming the first Indian to win Formula Two (FIA Formula 2). In the final, he lost to stars like Mick Gumakhar and Daniel Timtam. Mick Gumakhar, the son of the proverbial Michael Gunakhar, could not stand in front of him either.

Mumbai's Jehan Daruvala finished third in the Formula Two race last week even though the wheels of Jehan's car went flat during the race. Mick Gumakhar won that race. But this time Mick Gumakhar could not stand in front of Jehan Daruwala.

At the beginning of the race, Jehan Daruwala started from the side of Daniel Timtam. From the beginning, Daniel Timtam started pushing Jehan Daruwala to one side to keep him under pressure. Mick Gumakhar took advantage of that opportunity to leave the two behind. However, after a few corners, Jehan came up in the second place. Then Gumakhar left Jihan behind, so Jehan dropped to third place. At that time, Daniel Timtam was the first to move fast. Jehan, however, did not give up, holding his nerves and forcing the opposing racers to make one mistake after another. At the moment when the last ten laps were not left, Jehan came up in the first place leaving everyone behind and in the end he became the champion by holding the first place.

“My goal was to make the country and myself proud,” Jehan said after becoming the champion. All the players in India are like the players in Europe, which means we don't get a chance. But if you can keep your faith and perseverance, nothing is impossible, it has been proved once again. ”