W Series

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights in nine countries for the W Series and three other motorsport series

W Series, the all-female motorsport competition, has recruited the Football Association’s Tom Gracey as its head of broadcast and media rights.

Craig Edmondson, the former chief executive of esports at online global fitness platform Zwift and previously the Premier League’s head of marketing, has become chief commercial officer at W Series, t…

All-female motorsport competition the W Series has announced a major expansion to its relationship with Formula 1 that will see it return with support races at eight grand prix weekends in 2021

UK public-service broadcaster the BBC has acquired rights to the W Series’ new esports competition, which launches tomorrow (Thursday). The BBC will cover the 10-race series on its digital platforms.

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The all-female W Series, which secured its first major partner this week with telecommunications company ROK Group, could move to hybrid or electric engines in the future, according to chief executive…

The founder of the W Series female motor racing championship, Catherine Bond Muir, has said the event will be profitable by its third season and is aiming for a calendar of 12 to 14 races, up from six…

Plans have been unveiled today (Wednesday) for a new female-only motor racing series which aims to bridge the gap to elite championships and create “global superstars” out of its drivers.