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F1 racing stable Williams retains confidence in female test driver Jamie Chadwick

Jamie Chadwick will enter her third year as a test driver at Formula 1 racing stable Williams in 2021. The team confirmed on Monday that the collaboration will continue.

Among other things, Chadwick will take place in the simulator and be present at the Grand Prix. In addition, the 22-year-old rider will be played in media and marketing activities.

The British ended up with Williams in 2019, the year she won the first edition of the W Series, the women’s racing competition. Last year, that championship was canceled due to the corona pandemic. This year Chadwick will defend her title. The 24 hours at the Nürburgring is also on her record.

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At Williams, the F1 seats are taken by Canadian Nicholas Latifi and Briton George Russell. For the traditional racing stable, 2020 was a year to quickly forget. Williams was the only team to score a single World Cup point.

The new F1 season starts on March 28 in Bahrain.

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