Max Verstappen clinched the Formula 1 championship in anti-climactic circumstances at Suzuka, but the title fights disappointed in many single-seater series this year.
Lewis Hamilton has called on Formula 1 and the FIA to help the struggling W Series after it cancelled the remaining races of its 2022 season.
In the round-up: W Series aims to stay on F1 support bill with planned 2023 return • Red Bull juniors “need another year or two” • Schumacher’s hard work paying off
Financial problems have forced W Series to end its third season early, but the championship’s CEO is confident it will return in 2023.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said it “would be a massive shame if we lost W Series” amid fears the all-female series may collapse.
W Series CEO Catherine Bond Muir says it has until “the end of next week” to secure financial support that will allow it to finish this season as planned.
Beitske Visser won her first race of 2022 in Singapore and closed the gap to championship leader Jamie Chadwick, who crashed out in the final laps.
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Alice Powell ended Jamie Chadwick’s eight-race W Series wins streak and became the first driver other than the reigning champion to take a victory in 2022.
Jamie Chadwick claimed her fifth win of the W Series season at Paul Ricard, retaining her perfect record in 2022.
Jamie Chadwick won her home W Series round from pole, extending her title lead with a fourth consecutive victory.
Jamie Chadwick has taken her third victory of this season and fifth consecutive win in W Series in a lights-to-flag Barcelona race.
Jamie Chadwick has claimed her second victory of the W Series season, winning from pole in the second Miami round.
Reigning W Series champion Jamie Chadwick claimed victory in the first Miami race by passing Emma Kimilainen after a final-lap restart.
In her second year as an Aston Martin F1 ambassador, Jessica Hawkins scored a breakthrough touring car win last month and returns to W Series this weekend.
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.
Formula 2 and 3 boss Bruno Michel said bringing good female drivers to the F3 grid was “key” and he didn’t understand why Jamie Chadwick had failed to get a 2022 seat.
W Series has added extra races to its opening and closing rounds of 2022, creating its longest-ever calendar for its third season.
W Series has announced the 17 drivers who will contend its 2022 season, with nine rookies added to its line up.
In the round-up: Peugeot confirm Magnussen’s exit from WEC programme for Haas return • Alpine announces junior affiliate programme • Apple producing Hamilton documentary