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Jamie Chadwick Claims Second W Series Win in 2 Days

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It was a double win at the Miami double-header for two-time W Series champion Jamie Chadwick as she led every lap of the second race. This is Chadwick’s fourth consecutive victory for the all-female championship W Series, as she made her way over the chequered flag almost three seconds ahead of Spanish driver Nerea Marti.

She takes 25 points, making her current total 50, topping the drivers’ standings and leading the championship. With Chadwick out in front for the whole race, the battle for second between Emma Kimiläinen and Marti continued with the two overtaking each other many times in the first half of the race. Quantfury’s Marti claimed second, trying to chase down Chadwick after she had a poor start in Mimai’s first race, dropping down from pole position to finish sixth.

After a nightmare opening lap in yesterday’s race leading to the retirement of Alice Powell, the lack of grip on track caused Kimiläinen to lose the rear of her PUMA car at Turn 17 with just a few minutes of the race left and Powell struggled to avoid her, therefore causing damage to her Bristol Street Motors wing. Despite this she managed to clinch third position and a podium, making it the tenth in her W Series career.

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With an unfortunate spin on the final lap of yesterdays race, Kimiläinen crossed the line in fifth position, taking valuable points for her championship, with British driver Abbi Pulling following behind in sixth.

Spanish racing driver Marta Garcia took second position yesterday and her maiden W Series podium, but was stripped of this after she was given a 10-second penalty for causing a collision with Finnish driver Kimiläinen on the final lap of the race after the safety car was brought in.

The results of the second Miami W Series race are:

POSNoDRIVERNATTEAMTIME
155Jamie ChadwickUKJenner Racing33:19:605
232Nerea MartiESPQuantfury33:22.602
327Alice PowellUKBristol Street Motors33:28:481
422Belen GarciaESPQuantfury33:30:010
57Emma KimiläinenFINPUMA33:30.698
649Abbi PullingUKRacing X33:31.987
795Beitske VisserNEDSirin Racing33:32.194
826Sarah MooreUKScuderia W33:33.019
919Marta GarciaESPCortDAO33:33.678
108Chloe ChambersUSAJenner Racing33:47.503
115Fabienne WohlwendLIECortDAO33:47.965
124Emely de HeusNEDSirin Racing34:05.697
1349Abbie EatonUKScuderia W34:09.875
1491Bianca BustamantePHIAcademy34:11.188
1510Juju NodaJPNAcademy34:48.755
1663Tereza BabickovaCZEPUMA35:08.607
1797Bruna TomaselliBRARacing X33:57.752
1821Jessica Hawkins (DNF)UKBristol Street Motors32:34.362

The next round of the W Series championship returns in Spain at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya from 20-22 May 2022.

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