|Full Name||Aishwarya Pissay|
|Profession / Role||Off-Road Racer|
|Date of Birth||14 Aug, 1995|
Born on 14th August 1995 in Bangalore, Karnataka; Aishwarya Pissay is an Indian off-road racer. She realised her passion for road racing after turning 18 while mastering the art of riding a bike. She is the first Indian woman to bag 5 National titles in Road Racing as well as Rally Championships.
Won the Honda One Make Championship in 2016 and was honoured with the TiE Young Achiever of the Year Award.
In 2016, she was also bestowed with the Outstanding Women in Motorsports Award by Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI).
She won the 2017 TVS One-Make Road Racing Championship. Aishwarya was also honoured with the Sports Women of the Year Award by the Autotruck Magazine.
Secured the 3rd and 4th positions in the Dakshin Dare Group - B and the Raid De Himalaya events, respectively in 2017; being the only female rider to complete the course of the latter competition in the Xtreme category.
Bagged the winning title of the 2018 Indian National Rally Championship and also competed in the Baja Aragon Rally in 2018, being the first Indian woman to do so.
Scripted history by becoming the first-ever Indian racer to win then 2019 FIM Bajas World Championship