W Series Motor Racing

2021
1:15:00

July 17, 2021

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Great Britain: 2019 champion Jamie Chadwick leads the standings, with two more Brits behind her. Will they prevail in front of their home crowds at Silverstone? Lee McKenzie presents.
1:15:00

July 3, 2021

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Austria: W Series is live on Channel 4 from Austria as Lee McKenzie presents action from the second race in the Spielberg double-header, in the all-female motor racing championship.
30:00

Series 2, Episode 2 - Race 1 - Spielberg Highlights

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Spielberg: Anna Woolhouse presents highlights from the world's first all-female single-seater motorsport championship. Can 2019 champion Jamie Chadwick defend her title?
1:20:00

Series 2, Episode 1 - Race 1 - Spielberg Live

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Brand new - Spielberg: Anna Woolhouse presents live coverage. 2019 champion Jamie Chadwick looks to defend her title in the world's first all-female single-seater motorsport championship.
Episodes 2019

Week 6 - Brands Hatch

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The finale of W Series comes live from Brands Hatch. British driver Jamie Chadwick takes a 13-point lead into the race, with Beitske Visser of the Netherlands still fighting hard

Week 5 - Assen

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Lee McKenzie presents coverage of Race 4 live from Assen. Brit Jamie Chadwick leads the championship with just two races to go, but local favourite Beitske Visser is hot on her heels.

Week 4 - Norisring

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Lee McKenzie presents Round 4, from the Norisring street circuit in Germany. Going into the race, Britain's Jamie Chadwick leads the championship, with three races left.

Week 3 - Misano

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Race 3 comes from the Misano circuit in Italy. British driver Jamie Chadwick tops the standings, but Beitske Visser is hot on her heels after victory in Belgium. Lee McKenzie presents.

Week 2 - Zolder

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W Series travels to Zolder, Belgium for Round 2. Britain's Jamie Chadwick won in Hockenheim and will be looking to extend her lead at the top of the W Series standings.

Week 1 - Hockenheim

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Eighteen of the best female drivers in the world start the six-race series in identical F3 cars looking to become the first ever W Series champion. Lee McKenzie presents.
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