Why W Series?

Successful racing drivers have to be skilled, determined, physically fit, brave and competitive. But they don’t have to be men.

W Series aims to give remarkable female drivers an opportunity in motorsport that simply hasn’t been available to them before now.

Talent does not have a gender. We believe anyone with skill, passion and commitment should have a chance to race at the pinnacle of motorsport, and W Series will create those chances, open doors and fuel our future.

The future of racing starts with W.

Rethink Racing

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

Stories

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

Meet W Series

W Series is a unique ground-breaking free-to-enter single-seater motor racing series for women drivers only, with a top prize of US$500,000 for the winner and a total prize fund of US$1.5 million.

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W Series Appoints Hitech GP to Operate Full 2019 Racing Programme

The appointment provides the first details of the W Series racing operation and follows last week’s announcement of the long-list of qualifying drivers.

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Six new drivers enter W Series selection

W Series, the all-new single-seater racing series for female drivers only, today names a further six drivers who will take part in the selection programme that will determine the drivers who will race in the inaugural W Series season, commencing at Hockenheim (Germany) in May 2019.

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W Series names long-list of drivers

W Series, the all-female championship set to go racing in 2019, has announced a long-list of more than 50 drivers who will compete for a place on the grid of 18 when the season kicks off in May next year.

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W Series Qualifiers Hit The Big Screen

After revealing our 55 qualifier drivers to world on Wednesday November 28, lots of W Series friends and fans have asked to find out more about each of these pioneering women vying for a chance on our 2019 race grid. 

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Women with drive: Janet Guthrie

Janet Guthrie will always be remembered as the first woman to take part in the Indianapolis 500, a feat she achieved in 1977, but what is often overlooked is that she was already a veteran of some of motorsport’s toughest races.

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W Series to support DTM in 2019

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

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Women with drive: Giovanna Amati

Giovanna Amati first displayed her daredevil instincts at the age of 15 when she used her pocket money to buy a 500cc Honda motorcycle that she used for late-night rides around the streets of Rome.

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