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Marta Garcia is plotting an assault on the New Zealand-based Toyota Racing Series next January ahead of a likely return to the W Series in 2020.
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 topped both free practice sessions for the inaugural W Series finale at Brands Hatch on Saturday.
Megan Gilkes narrowly took her maiden W Series victory over Alice Powell in a photo-finish to the non-championship race at Assen, leading the whole race from reverse-grid pole.
The grid for the one-off, non-championship W Series race at Assen will run with an entirely reversed grid with Williams Formula 1 development driver Jamie Chadwick starting last.
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.
W Series has revealed the exact distribution of its 2019 prize fund, as well as giving detail on the initial plans for its second season in 2020.
Marta Garcia says she feels she is 'back on the map' of junior single-seater racing after scoring her first W Series win at the Norisring last weekend.
The inaugural all-female racing championship W Series will add an experimental non-championship reverse grid race to the timetable of its Assen round next month.
Alice Powell believes that her chances of winning the inaugural W Series title are now slim after crashing out on the first lap at Misano.
W Series Zolder winner Beitske Visser said that her "perfect" start was key to her dominant victory over Jamie Chadwick, despite detaching her steering wheel just moments before the race.
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.
Reserve driver Sarah Bovy will make her W Series race debut at Zolder this weekend, joining the grid as an extra entry for the second round.