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Williams retains Chadwick in development driver role for 2021

Jamie Chadwick will remain at Williams as a development driver in 2021, the Grove-based squad has announced. Chadwick joined the Williams Driver Academy in 2019 and took on development driver duties, attending a handful of grands prix and performing duties at the factory. During her first year with Williams, she took part in the inaugural all-female W Series, in which she emerged as champion. After being retained in the same position for 2020, Chadwick will embark on a third year as a development driver with Williams, with the team highlighting that she “will increase her simulator programme and continue to be fully immersed within the team both trackside at certain grands prix and at...
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