Rethink Racing

Introducing W Series, the ground-breaking women’s racing series with a serious ambition:
to change the face of motorsport. Quite literally.

Why W Series?

Professional female athletes are strong, powerful, fit, fast, skilled, determined and ambitious, and have remarkable stamina.

W Series’ mission is to give those remarkable athletes an opportunity in motorsport that we feel hasn’t been available to them before now.

We believe anyone with talent, passion and commitment should have a chance to race at the pinnacle of motorsport. We’re here to create those chances, to open doors and fuel our future.

The future of racing starts with W.

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We’re more than just a racing series, we’re a community of like-minded people who want to change the face of racing.

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From latest news, information updates and remembering moments, these are our stories.

Introducing W Series

W Series today announces an all-new ground-breaking free-to-enter single-seater motor racing series for women drivers only, with a prize fund of US$1.5 million.

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W Series to support DTM in 2019

The 2019 DTM calendar published today confirms W Series will support all DTM rounds from Hockenheim until our season finale at Brands Hatch in August.

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Support for W Series

W Series has not only been supported but embraced by many important and relevant figureheads. Find out what they had to say.

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Tatuus F3 T-318 Tech Spec

Homologated to the latest FIA F3 specification, W Series will be running the Tatuus F3 T-318 in our inaugural year of racing.

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Why is W Series necessary?

How W Series’ ground-breaking women-only single-seater series aims to take the best of female racers on a journey to the pinnacle of motorsport.

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Women with Drive: Maria Teresa de Filippis

The first woman to start a Formula 1 Grand Prix and the first to qualify for, and finish, an F1 world championship race.

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