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‘We're fighters': W Series at risk of collapse

The increasingly popular all-female W Series championship is currently facing worrying financial concerns, with recent reports suggesting that the championship might be unable to complete the 2022 season. The series is currently coming towards the end of its third season, with British driver Jamie Chadwick set to claim her third consecutive title in the series, should she taste victory once again at this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix. Chadwick has recently been in America testing an IndyLights, car as she looks to make her next step either in America or in Formula 3. She'll most likely be hoping to use the $500,000 prize for winning the championship to fund a season in another...
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