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Jamie Chadwick took pole position in W Series qualifying at the Hungaroring ahead of championship rival Alice Powell.
Jamie Chadwick dominated W Series practice in Hungary, leading the field by over seven tenths from 2019 championship rival Beitske Visser.
Jamie Chadwick led practice for the second round of W Series in Austria, beating Irina Sidorkova and old rival Beitske Visser to the top spot.
W Series is back this weekend after a year away. This time it’s supporting F1, and reigning champion Jamie Chadwick is up for the challenge of taking another title - but knows with higher stakes will come even more motivated opposition
Jamie Chadwick says she’s relishing the opportunity to test herself against the likes of Jenson Button, Sebastien Loeb and Carlos Sainz Sr in Extreme E this season.
Former W Series champion Jamie Chadwick will remain at the Williams Formula 1 team for a third year as development driver.
W Series champion Jamie Chadwick is to contest the Formula Regional European Championship this season with Prema Powerteam.
Inaugural W Series champion Jamie Chadwick is planning to add another single-seater programme to her defence of the title next year, which could include a move to the rebranded Super Formula Lights category in Japan.
The W Series has named 18 of the 20 drivers that will contest its second season in 2020, with six new names added and champion Jamie Chadwick returning to defend her title.
Jamie Chadwick has expressed interest in racing in FIA Formula 3 next year, but admits that her prize money for claiming the inaugural W Series crown may not be enough to guarantee her a competitive seat.
Inaugural W Series champion Jamie Chadwick has described the Brands Hatch finale, in which she beat Beitske Visser to the title, as “probably the most stressful 30 minutes of my life.”
Jamie Chadwick sealed the inaugural W Series title by securing fourth place in the Brands Hatch season finale, which was won by Alice Powell.
Williams Formula 1 development driver Jamie Chadwick snatched pole for the inaugural W Series season finale at Brands Hatch, while her title rival Beitske Visser qualified fifth.
Emma Kimilainen took her maiden W Series victory at Assen, having missed two rounds of the 2019 season due to injury.
Emma Kimilainen claimed her first W Series pole in a disrupted qualifying session for the penultimate round of the season at Assen.
Beitske Visser took victory in the second-ever W Series race at Zolder with a commanding lead of almost eight and a half seconds over pole-sitter, and opening round winner, Jamie Chadwick.
W Series race winner Jamie Chadwick and second-placed Alice Powell both say they struggled with a gearbox problem when downshifting during the inaugural round of the all-female single-seater series at Hockenheim on Saturday.
Reigning MRF champion Jamie Chadwick took victory in the inaugural W Series race at Hockenheim, completing a clean sweep of a weekend in which she topped every session.
MRF Challenge champion Jamie Chadwick claimed pole for the inaugural W Series race at Hockenheim by a margin of almost two seconds in a wet qualifying session.
Jamie Chadwick has described her MRF Challenge title triumph as a “huge” step for her career after overhauling early championship favourite Max Defourny to clinch the 2018/19 crown.
Jamie Chadwick became the first female driver to clinch the MRF Challenge title after scoring a triple win in the final round of the season in Chennai.
Jamie Chadwick moved into the lead of the MRF Challenge drivers’ standings following a race victory during the title-deciding Chennai round on Saturday.
Jamie Chadwick scored a double win on the final day of MRF Challenge’s Bahrain round to cut down the deficit to championship leader Max Defourny.
Jamie Chadwick scored her first ever MRF Challenge victory as the second round of the winter series began in earnest at the Bahrain International Circuit on Friday.
Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen says that the FIA’s first-ever Women Drivers Assessment Programme proved the high level of female talent in the sport, and will form the basis for further development opportunities in future.
Leading female racing drivers have called the appointment of Carmen Jorda to the FIA's Women in Motorsport Commission "incredibly disheartening" and "a backwards step".
17-year-old Jamie Chadwick was happy to "unexpectedly" wrap up a record-breaking British GT4 crown with her teammate Ross Gunn after a tough Snetterton double-header.