W Series has changed the venue of the seventh round on its 2022 calendar due to what it says are “unforeseeable operational challenges”.
An influx of new, young talent will go up against defending two-times champion Jamie Chadwick in W Series’ longest-ever championship, starting this weekend.
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W Series will conclude its second season with two races at the Circuit of the Americas in America, having dropped plans to hold a round in Mexico.
W Series CEO Catherine Bond Muir says the championship has taken steps to ensure its new teams do not offer seats to so-called ‘pay drivers’.