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Jamie Chadwick expecting intense battle for title as W Series season starts

The supreme W Series champion Jamie Chadwick is expecting a genuine, various driver challenge during the current year’s title when the title starts its third season with a twofold header of races on the Formula One bill, starting on Saturday in Miami.

In the development to the initial gathering the British driver, who has won the initial two of the all-female series titles, was likewise certain the title was prevailing with regards to changing the professions of female drivers.

Last year the 23-year-old Chadwick was moved to the wire by Alice Powell, with the season chose at the last race in Austin. She considers Britain’s Powell and Finland’s Emma Kimiläinen, who was third last year, will lead an impressive test from the 18-driver framework.

“Certainly it will be a major battle,” she said. “I’m under no deceptions regarding how intense it will be, there are youthful drivers coming through but at the same time there’s Alice and Emma. I would guess this year won’t be a two-way battle, there will be more drivers pushing hard for it,”

Five new drivers join the title this season which will be challenged across 10 races, all at F1 gatherings, and interestingly will visit Asia with a race at Suzuka in Japan. With the point of eventually assisting a female driver with getting a F1 drive, Chadwick accepts the series is now prevailing by exhibiting the ability of its rivals.

“The W Series is changing female drivers’ professions,” she said. “Drivers like Alice who couldn’t race for three or four years and has had this chance to return and get proficient jobs in the game. Then there are the youngsters coming through who are on a profession direction to involve W Series as the springboard it is.”

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