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Britain's Chadwick to drive in Extreme E climate-change racing series

Williams development driver Jamie Chadwick has been named as one of three women to drive in Extreme E, which kicks off in Greenland in 2021. Chadwick joins fellow Briton Katherine Legge and sportscar driver Mikaela Ahlin-Kottulinsky. Extreme E - Formula E's sister series - aims to highlight climate change in five remote locations as 12 cars go head-to-head in electric SUVs. "Racing in incredible locations, raising awareness for climate change... what's not to love," said Chadwick. The 21-year-old Briton who won the inaugural W Series championship in July, is one of the first female drivers to compete in a top-level racing series following the W Series. Fellow W Series racer Alice...
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