Where to Watch
Where to Watch
Race 4 | Hungary Highlights
A masterclass from the reigning champion in Hungary saw another win in the bag secured but the action didn’t stop there.
Hungary Race Report
Jamie Chadwick beat her W Series title rival Alice Powell to win the fourth race of the 2021 season in Hungary and regain the championship lead.
WATCH: Race Day at the Hungaroring
Saturday in Hungary equals W Series race day! Read to find out how you can follow the action from wherever you are in the world.
Jamie Back On Top In Budapest
Defending W Series champion Jamie Chadwick will start the fourth race of the 2021 season from pole position after dominating Friday’s running in Hungary.
Round 4 | Hungary Practice & Qualifying
W Series is back on home turf for the third round of racing in 2021. Want to watch all the track action in the build up to race day? Find out how you can watch practice and qualifying LIVE.
W Series is a free-to-enter championship, launched in October 2018, that provides equal opportunities for women and eliminates the financial barriers that have historically prevented them from progressing to the upper echelons of motorsport.
W Series drivers are selected purely on their ability and the series’ cars are mechanically identical, which means that W Series races and championships will be won by the most talented drivers, rather than those with the wealthiest backers.
The more high-profile female role models it can create, the more W Series believes it will inspire young girls to go karting, bringing more females into the grassroots of the sport. Central to W Series’ mission is the idea that if you can see it, you can be it.
We want to build the world’s most popular and inclusive female sporting series that inspires and empowers females to be a part of motorsport on equal terms with men. In the process, we hope to create a platform to accelerate gender equality the world over.
We want to see women from all over the world racing in the upper echelons of motorsport, including in F1.