Jamie Chadwick takes her second W Series victory in two days at the Miami circuit with Nerea Marti taking second and Alice Powell coming third.
Two-time champion Jamie Chadwick took the first win of the 2022 W Series season at the Miami International Autodrome.
Nerea Marti takes her maiden pole position at the first qualifying session of the 2022 season at the Miami International Autodrome, ahead of the Miami double-header’s first race. Jamie Chadwick will start second and Alice Powell will start third.
British racing driver Alice Powell goes fastest in W Series first practice session of the 2022 season at the Miami International Autodrome.
W Series announce a partnership with ESPN in the USA for the coverage of its 10 races at eight F1 Grand Prix weekends.
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Alice Powell joins Alpine as talent identification and development mentor. She will help in finding young female talent, mentoring them into the Academy and Affiliate programme.
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W Series announce that Hard Rock International will be its title sponsor for the season’s first double header at supported Miami Formula One Grand Prix weekend.
W Series announces its 2022 broadcast talent team after the series signed a three year partnership deal with Sky Sports. The team includes David Coulthard MBE, Ted Kravitz, Lee McKenzie, Alex Jacques, Billy Monger, Amy Reynolds, and Naomi Schiff.
British racing driver Abbie Eaton completes the 18 driver 2022 W Series grid, joining Sarah Moore racing for Scuderia W.
17-year-old Bianca Bustamante announces an additional campaign with IGY6 Motorsports in USF Juniors. She will partake in rounds 1-10 as well as racing with W Series’ Academy team during the all-female championships third season.
Toyota Gazoo Racing New Zealand will share their race cars with W Series for two races in 2022, to support the single-seater female championship’s goal of sustainable racing.
W Series announce they will take to the stage at ten races this year. The all-female driver championship will do this supporting Formula 1 across eight Grand Prix weekends.
Juja Noda is the youngest ever driver, at just 16-year-old to race in W Series’ 2022 World Championship.
W Series Academy program announce that new drivers Juju Noda and Bianca Bustamante will drive for them in the up-coming 2022 season. The two drivers will race with the team for the next two years.