W Series goes bigger in Texas for spectacular season finale

W Series goes bigger in Texas for spectacular season finale Read more

W Series is heading to Austin, Texas, USA, this weekend and, after a seven-week break, the drivers could not be more excited at the prospect of a season-ending double-header and racing on the same day as Formula 1's United States Grand Prix.
 

W Series: Alice Powell draws level at top by winning duel in the Dutch dunes

W Series: Alice Powell draws level at top by winning duel in the Dutch dunes Read more

A bold overtake at Circuit Zandvoort gave Alice Powell (Racing X, GBR) her third victory of the season and a share of the lead in the W Series title race.
 

W Series: Emma Kimilainen grabs pole at Zandvoort

W Series: Emma Kimilainen grabs pole at Zandvoort Read more

Emma Kimiläinen (Ecurie W, FIN) continued her fine form to grab pole position for the sixth round of the 2021 W Series season with her final lap of a dramatic qualifying session at Circuit Zandvoort.
 

Emma reigns supreme at Spa

Emma reigns supreme at Spa Read more

Emma Kimiläinen overtook the top two drivers in the W Series championship standings to win a breathless fifth race of the 2021 season at a rain-soaked Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and move into title contention.

Jamie Chadwick takes pole in W Series, hugh accident at Spa-Francorchamps

Jamie Chadwick takes pole in W Series, hugh accident at Spa-Francorchamps Read more

Defending champion Jamie Chadwick edged out title rival Alice Powell to take pole position for the fifth round of the 2021 W Series season at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.

Jamie regains W Series lead with dominant victory in Hungary

Jamie regains W Series lead with dominant victory in Hungary Read more

Jamie Chadwick (Veloce Racing, GBR) beat her W Series title rival Alice Powell (Racing X, GBR) to win the fourth race of the 2021 season in Hungary and regain the championship lead.

Caitlin hungry for W Series comeback in Budapest

Caitlin hungry for W Series comeback in Budapest Read more

Hungary, where round four of the 2021 W Series season will be held this weekend, is over 1,000 miles from the series' UK base. However, for Caitlin Wood – who will race for the first time this season at the Hungaroring – it is 10,000 miles from her home in Australia.

Alice Powell enjoys home comforts to regain W Series lead at Silverstone

Alice Powell enjoys home comforts to regain W Series lead at Silverstone Read more

Alice Powell (Racing X) won a dramatic third race of the 2021 W Series season at Silverstone to regain the championship lead in front of her home fans.
 

Alice Powell produces lap of her life to take pole position at Silverstone

Alice Powell produces lap of her life to take pole position at Silverstone Read more

Alice Powell (Racing X) produced a stunning lap at the end of a fiercely contested W Series qualifying session to take pole position for her home race at Silverstone.
 

W Series set for Silverstone showpiece as Brits lead the way

W Series set for Silverstone showpiece as Brits lead the way Read more

W Series is coming home! This weekend, the UK-based, international all-female single-seater motor racing championship is heading to the track that proudly claims to be The Home of British Motor Racing – Silverstone – to race in front of up to 140,000 fans.
 

Jamie Chadwick boosts W Series title defence with Austria win

Jamie Chadwick boosts W Series title defence with Austria win Read more

Defending W Series champion Jamie Chadwick (Veloce Racing) won the second race of the 2021 season at the Red Bull Ring to go to the top of the championship standings.
 

W Series champion Jamie Chadwick back on top in Austria

W Series champion Jamie Chadwick back on top in Austria Read more

Defending W Series champion Jamie Chadwick (Veloce Racing) will start the second race of the 2021 season from pole position after edging out her old rival Beitske Visser (M. Forbes Motorsport) during qualifying at the Red Bull Ring.  
 

W Series Academy guarantees youngest drivers fully-funded seats for two years

W Series Academy guarantees youngest drivers fully-funded seats for two years Read more

W Series, the international single-seater motor racing championship for female drivers, today announces details of its new Academy which will support the development of young female talent across all motorsport disciplines.
 

Alice Powell dominates dramatic W Series opener in Austria

Alice Powell dominates dramatic W Series opener in Austria Read more

Alice Powell made it back-to-back W Series victories at an action-packed first race of the 2021 season in Austria.
 

W Series all set for the start of a landmark season in Austria

W Series all set for the start of a landmark season in Austria Read more

Austria's Styrian mountains will provide a fittingly dramatic backdrop when W Series returns to the track this weekend after nearly two years away. The international all-female single-seater motor racing championship will race in partnership with the FIA Formula One World Championship for eight rounds in 2021, starting with a double header in Austria on 26 June and 3 July in support of the Styrian and Austrian Grands Prix respectively.
 

Belén García back with G4 Racing at Paul Ricard

Belén García back with G4 Racing at Paul Ricard Read more

G4 Racing will welcome Belén García back for the fourth round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine, scheduled at Circuit Paul Ricard this weekend. The Spanish female racer had already entered the series' Collective Tests at Barcelona and Paul Ricard, before making her race debut at Imola and remaining in the driver seat for her home race at Barcelona.
 

New venue for W Series 2021 pre-season test

New venue for W Series 2021 pre-season test Read more

W Series, the international single-seater motor racing championship for female drivers, today announces it will hold its 2021 pre-season test at Anglesey Circuit, Wales, from 17-21 May 2021.
 

Marta Garcia wins last round, Champion Beitske Visser misses last round

Marta Garcia wins last round, Champion Beitske Visser misses last round Read more

Marta Garcia won two of the three races in the final round of the W Series Esports League at Silverstone to seal second place in the League table.
 

Beitske Visser bounces back at Bathurst

Beitske Visser bounces back at Bathurst Read more

Beitske Visser won the final race of Round Eight at Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst, to extend her lead at the top of the W Series Esports League.
 

Best results for Marta Garcia at Suzuka, Beitske Visser still leading

Best results for Marta Garcia at Suzuka, Beitske Visser still leading Read more

Marta Garcia moved up to second place in the W Series Esports League by winning two of the three races at Suzuka where she was the top-scorer for the third round in a row.
 

Marta Garcia has the final say at Watkins Glen, Beitske Visser remains leader

Marta Garcia has the final say at Watkins Glen, Beitske Visser remains leader Read more

Marta Garcia won the final race at a dramatic round six of the W Series Esports League to be the top scorer at Watkins Glen, where the League’s top three each tasted victory and disappointment. Beitske Visser won race one and came from last to fourth in the reverse-grid race, but the League leader crashed when in front in race three.

Marta Garcia strikes twice in Spa, Beitske Visser holds onto stable lead

Marta Garcia strikes twice in Spa, Beitske Visser holds onto stable lead Read more

Marta Garcia moved into W Series Esports League title contention by winning two races in round five at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. The Spaniard secured her first W Series Esports League victories in the first and third races from pole position, and came from last on the grid to fifth in the reverse-grid race won by Tasmin Pepper – the South African becoming the fifth different race-winner this season. Marta also recorded the fastest lap in race three to earn a total of 52 points and continue her remarkable run of improving her score at every W Series Esports League round so far.

Record breaking Beitske Visser blitzes Brazil

Record breaking Beitske Visser blitzes Brazil Read more

Beitske Visser produced a record-breaking performance at Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Interlagos, Brazil, to extend her lead at the top of the W Series Esports League. The Dutch driver won the first and third races from pole position, came from last on the grid to second in the reverse-grid race, and set the fastest lap in all three races to score 60 points out of a possible 63 – a record total for a single W Series Esports League round.
 

Beitske Visser extends her lead after Brands Hatch in W Series Esports League

Beitske Visser extends her lead after Brands Hatch in W Series Esports League Read more

Irina Sidorkova won the final two of three races at Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit, Kent, UK, to keep up the pressure on Beitske Visser at the top of the W Series Esports League table.
 

Beitske Visser strikes twice again: "Hopefully I can keep winning, that’s the aim”

Beitske Visser strikes twice again: "Hopefully I can keep winning, that’s the aim” Read more

Beitske Visser extended her lead at the top of the W Series Esports League by winning two of the three races in round two at Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas, USA. Just as she did a week ago at Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Italy, the 25-year-old Dutch driver won races one and three at COTA. In between those victories, Beitske came from last to sixth in the reverse-grid race which, in another repeat of round one, was won by Finland’s Emma Kimiläinen, 30.
 

Former kartingstar Beitske Visser strikes twice as winner in the opening round

Former kartingstar Beitske Visser strikes twice as winner in the opening round Read more

Beitske Visser holds the early advantage in the W Series Esports League after winning two of the three races in the opening round at Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Italy, to top the League table.

Get set for Round 1 of the W Series Esports League: follow Beitske Visser, Marta Garcia, Jamie Chawick, Tasmin Pepper and more

Get set for Round 1 of the W Series Esports League: follow Beitske Visser, Marta Garcia, Jamie Chawick, Tasmin Pepper and more Read more

The brand-new W Series Esports League gets underway this Thursday, 11th June and here is how you can watch all of the action unfold. 
 

W Series reveals plans for 2020 and 2021

W Series reveals plans for 2020 and 2021 Read more

Owing to the global COVID-19 pandemic, W Series, the international single-seater motor racing series for female drivers only, today announces that it will not stage on-track races until 2021. The decision not to proceed with W Series’ eight-race on-track programme for 2020 – which was scheduled to start in St Petersburg, Russia, on May 30 and finish in Mexico City, Mexico, on October 31 – has been taken in consultation with the FIA, F1, DTM and W Series’ partners and suppliers. However, plans are already in place for a bigger and better W Series season in 2021, including at least two races on the Formula 1 calendar, in Austin, Texas, USA, and in Mexico City, Mexico

W Series launches all new Esports League for female racing drivers only

W Series launches all new Esports League for female racing drivers only Read more

W Series, the international single-seater motor racing championship for female drivers only, is pleased to announce the inauguration of an all-new W Series Esports League for female racing drivers only. Partnering with Logitech G (a global leader in PC and console gaming gear), Beyond Entertainment (a community-driven organisation that specialises in hosting high-calibre tournaments) and iRacing (the leading esports simulation platform), the W Series Esports League will commence its sim racing season in the coming weeks in the current absence of on-track motor racing anywhere in the world. A brand-new initiative, the W Series Esports League aims to inaugurate, publicise, promote and empower a shared commitment to raising female sim racing visibility in order to encourage more women and girls everywhere to take up eracing, thereby opening up a new world of equality and diversity in what has previously been seen as a predominantly male-dominated activity

Girlpower! Jamie Chadwick from karts to champion in W Series and Williams F1 development driver

Girlpower! Jamie Chadwick from karts to champion in W Series and Williams F1 development driver Read more

W Series champion Jamie Chadwick has revealed the secret weapon which is allowing her driving career to go from strength to strength: confidence. The 21-year-old driver, who has been lauded as Formula 1’s first female hope in 44 years (since Italian Lella Lombardi started her last Grand Prix in 1976): “I think it’s the same for athletes in all sports – it’s about confidence and self-belief, about backing yourself”, says Jamie Chadwick in an interview at the W Series website.