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Hamilton: F1 needs to do ‘way more’ to help W Series drivers

Seven-time Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton says “way more” needs to be done to help W Series drivers progress beyond the category. In 2019, W Series was launched as an all-female single-seater series to provide more opportunities to female drivers. Currently in its third season, Jamie Chadwick is en route to score another title […]
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