Ida Zetterström born 1994 in Stockholm Sweden.
Grew up in her dad's workshop and at the racetrack with her family as her father raced classes such as pro stock and pro modified or worked as crew chief of a pro mod team.
"In my family we work hard - play hard. I grew up in the workshop with my dad as he was always there working. I learned that nothing comes easy and you have to put in 100% dedication to have 100% fun the rest of the time. We ride dirtbikes, we race cars, we race bikes - no mather what we do we are always working to be the best we can, and we always have a ton of fun"
At the age of 8 Ida started racing Jr Dragsters and had a great career. Ended her last Jr.Dragster season at the podium in all five races with 4 wins and one runner up.
At the age of 16 Ida got her Super Comp Dragster license.
2017 Ida started racing in the class Super Street Bike, the European version of the US class Pro Street Bike.
The Super Street Bike class is right now one of the biggest and toughest classes in European drag racing. With over 700hp, no wheelie bars, street tires and only an 68" wheelbase, these monsters take both courage and skills to handle.
With a bike the team built themselves she 2018 became the first female in the world to cross the 200 mph barrier on a street tire dragbike with a speed of 202.5mph.
2019 the team competed in the Scandinavian series with a new bike, known as Lucky #13. Starting the season of good setting several personal bests and qualified as nr. 2 several times during the season.
The second racing of the series ended with the teams first final appearance and a second place.
Third race in the series ended with the teams very first win, making Ida the first woman to ever win in the Scandinavian Super Street Bike class.
The final race of the year ended with a second place in the event but also with the overall win in the Scandinavian Series.
Making Ida the first woman to ever win a Super Street Bike series.
She also received the VP Racing Fuels Special Award for the rider with the most notable achievements in 2019.
In July 2020 Ida became the first woman to ever clock a 6 second run in the Super Street Bike class, and in all classes driven on street tires and without wheelie bars, doing so at 6.985s and 205.9mph.
The following race Ida rode a stunning 6.885s making her the second fastest rider ever in Super Street Bike and the second team to get into the 6.8 second zone.
Brand: Suzuki Hayabusa
Category: Super Street Bike
Series: Nordic Pro Mc
2019 points finish: 1st
2018 points finish: 7th
DRDB position: 3 of 322
Career-best elapsed time: 6.885 s (Kauhava, 2020)
Career-best speed: 215.55 mph (Kauhava, 2020)
Live: Aland Islands, Finland
Date of birth: May 2, 1994
Work: Marketing, mostly website development and social media markteing
Hobbies: Gym, jetski, motorcross, traveling, drive anyting with a motor on, improving my media skills and being with my family.
Dreams and goals: To race a full series in USA.
To become the first women to win a SSB/PSB series.
To inspire young women to live their dreams and get into racing.
" I work hard every day to improve every aspect of my racing.
whether it's working on my social media skills, visit exhibitions, listen to podcasts, answering messages from followers, being in the garage working on my bike or work out to be in my best shape;
Everything I do,
I do to get better.
My brand is important,
I work with a team that I trust 100% and I have chosen to work only with brands that I believe in and feel proud to represent.
For me it's always important that the companies I represent also feel proud of working with me"