W Series has announced to take part in the Grand Prix of USA and Mexico to be featured as support class to F1.
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The BRDC rounded out 2019 with its Annual Awards lunch in London on Monday.
Jamie Chadwick still has her eyes on joining the Formula 1 grid in the future but she knows she has a lot still to learn if she is to make her dream a reality.
The W Series have revealed six new drivers for the 2020 Season. 2019 Champion Jamie Chadwick will return to defend her title.
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Enaam Ahmed, Jamie Chadwick, Johnathan Hoggard and Ayrton Simmons will all vie for the 2019 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award.
W Series Champion Jamie Chadwick believes the Esports platform can help young girls get into Motorsport.
The W Series will start its 2020 Driver selection process in September of this year, aiming to fill the remaining eight seats left.
Alice Powell has secured a drive in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with Heinricher Racing, following on from her victory in the W Series.
After her success in winning the W Series at Brands Hatch, what is next for the future of Jamie Chadwick’s racing career?
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W Series leader Jamie Chadwick says the introduction of SuperLicence points to the series in 2020 may impact her decision on her future.
W Series points leader Jamie Chadwick snatches pole position away from Alice Powell ahead of the season finale at Brands Hatch. Beitske Visser starts fifth.
Two new circuits added to the 2020 W Series calendar as it joins forces for six rounds with DTM.
W-Series Champion Jamie Chadwick has ‘Lots of Offers on the Table’ for a 2020 Drive – Claire Williams
Jamie Chadwick has lots of offers about a potential 2020 drive, according to Williams’ Deputy Team Principal, Claire Williams
Finnish driver Emma Kimilainen says she has unfinished business with the W Series, setting an aim to return in 2020 to challenge for the title.
Jamie Chadwick becomes the first W Series champion at Brands Hatch as Alice Powell claims her first win at the final round.
Emma Kimilainen continues her strong pace from FP1 by setting the quickest time in FP2 at Brands Hatch for the W Series, beating Alice Powell and Jamie Chadwick.