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What W Series should look like in 2020 and beyond

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What W Series should look like in 2020 and beyond
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Aug 19, 2019, 3:43 PM

While the maiden season of the W Series can be regarded as a success, it must now capitalise on its strong debut and make the most of its opportunity to cement a long-term future. Here's how it could do just that.

The inaugural W Series season drew to a close at Brands Hatch earlier this month with Jamie Chadwick triumphant as the first-ever champion and recipient of the $500,000 prize fund. Overnight - if the plethora of international television and mainstream press appearances are anything to go by - Chadwick's starpower and notoriety has trebled, but so too has W Series'.

And with that come higher expectations and increased scrutiny as the series enters its second year, where the need to continue its positive, upward trajectory is more important than ever.

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