Jamie Chadwick won the inaugural W Series championship Sunday, with her fourth-place surface in the series ending at Brands Hatch showing enough to protect the title.
With Alice Powell crossing the goal initially in Kent for her first win in the six-race series, Chadwick required to surface 4th to be crowned champ following success in Hockenheim and Misano, along with podium surfaces at every other race.
The 21- year-old did simply what was needed at her house circuit to decrease in history as the winner of the very first all-women’s championship, making ₤410,000 in cash prize while doing so.
Chadwick, who is an advancement motorist for Williams, ended up being the very first lady to win a Formula Three race in 2015 and continues to go after an area in Formula One.
Beitske Visser was the Brit’s chief competitor in the title battle, however a third-place surface at Brands Hatch saw her end the season 10 points behindChadwick Finnish motorist Emma Kimilainen ended up second Sunday.