W Series Career Stats
- Age: 25
- Nationality: British
- Hometown: Bath, UK
- Date of birth: 20/05/1998
- Education: Educated at Cheltenham College. A Levels in Chemistry, Geography and Sports Science.
- Career highlight: Winning W Series in 2019
- Favourite circuit: Nurburgring Nordschleife
- Hobbies and Interests: Cycling, golf, cooking
- Sporting hero: Jessica Ennis-Hill
- Favourite animal: Dogs
Jamie was inspired to start racing aged 11 after her brother, Ollie, attended a karting party and good old-fashioned sibling rivalry led her to achieve numerous wins at club level in the Junior series. A British Racing Drivers’ Club ‘Rising Star’, Jamie was the youngest – and first female – driver to win a British GT Championship and then became the first female winner of a BRDC British Formula 3 race and the MR Challenge Championship.
Two race victories and three other podium finishes saw Jamie crowned the inaugural W Series champion in 2019, when she was also named as a Development Driver for the Williams F1 team. Jamie ended 2020 competing in the Formula Regional European Championship for Italian team Prema, having completed a 100-mile cycling challenge for cancer charity ‘Hope for Tomorrow’ – for whom she is an ambassador – during lockdown.
“Jenner Racing and I are focused on doing all we can to win title number three. I have spoken to Caitlyn Jenner and her vision for the team is amazing. I have zero doubt that she will be able to help take my career to the next level and open doors for me internationally.”