W Series

W Series, the all-female motorsport competition, has introduced a team system for its second season with new car liveries introduced and team sponsors signed up in what has been described as an “innovative s…

W Series, the all-female motorsport competition, has announced broadcast deals in over 175 markets ahead of its 2021 season

UK free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has renewed its rights agreement for the W Series, the women’s motor-racing championship.

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

The W Series, the all-female motor-racing championship, will not stage on-track races until 2021 due to ongoing difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

All-female motor racing competition the W Series has announced a tie-up with Formula 1 that will see it become part of the support programme at this year’s US and Mexican Grands Prix.

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 W Series has secured its first major partner with the announcement that the ROK Group has further enhanced its presence in motorsport with its telco brand ROKiT Phones backing the fledgling women’s s…

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…

Event promises to provide a platform for female drivers to succeed in F1 Series will underwrite costs of all the drivers