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Chadwick On Cusp Of Retaining Title at W Series Asia Debut

Reigning double champion Jamie Chadwick will be 30 minutes plus one lap away from winning her third consecutive title.

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Ayla Agren Makes 2022 Season Debut in Singapore

Ayla Agren will make her 2022 season debut in Singapore this weekend (30 September-2 October) in the role of reserve driver.

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Nerea Marti To Take Part In Formula 3 Test

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Tereza Babickova Out Of Singapore Race Due To Injury

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W Series is a free-to-enter championship 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.

W Series Off Track

W Series Off Track

W Series Off Track is back!

The show you know and love has returned for a second season. Head over to W Series’ official YouTube channel for a behind-the-scenes look at the world of W Series and our drivers.

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