Formula One: Steps taken to bridge gap for women in motor sports, says W Series champion Chadwick

Jamie Chadwick highlighted the W Series as key to helping women progress, while also giving younger drivers experience. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - When Jamie Chadwick followed her brother Oliver into karting aged 11, she was “blissfully unaware” of just how few women drivers there were in motor racing. 

But looking back now, the 24-year-old, who races for Jenner Racing in the all-women W Series, said “it would not necessarily be an environment I would want to get into”.

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