British racing driver
Tom Gaymor started out behind the wheel before money and injury stopped his F1 dream short. He moved into motorsport broadcasting and found he had some natural ability to nurture. He found his way into Formula One and IndyCar and his career continues to go from strength to strength. We talk all about his rise, who his dream F1 line up would include, advice on how to get into the broadcasting business in racing and how he was instrumental in the early days of Jamie Chadwick's booming career. Many thanks to Tom for his time, we loved recording this! Have a feeling he'll be back on the show! Subscribe to MotorMouth on YouTube for loads more content: https://bit.ly/3qVXP0RJoin our charity karting event here: www.motormouthkartrace.comFollow MotorMouth:Twitter - https://twitter.com/MotorMouth_Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/MotorMouth_official/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MotorMouthClub/Website - https://www.motormouth.club/Download our App:iOS - https://apple.co/3scnns2Android - https://bit.ly/3cf9yU2More here: https://linktr.ee/_motormouth Much love,Team MotorMouth Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Happy New Year! Welcome to the 1st episode of season 3 of the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast! Our presenters are back with another roundup of motorsport events, as we discuss Dakar, women in motorsports and Tiff's racing history! Paul is off to the Dakar rally at the end of January and we're looking forward to the endurance race, with trucks, cars, bikes and quad bikes that crosses 18,000km in 15 days! We've had nightmares over Christmas, as with temperatures dropping and with EVs doing more miles over the festive period, we've seen queues of up to 4 hours at charging stations across the UK! Are women hard done by in motorsport? Do women in motorsport get the same opportunities as men? Jamie Chadwick has been our shining star for females in motorsport, who has now moved away from W Series to Indy Lights. Tiff and Paul then talk about Tiff Needell's racing history, and the weird and wonderful places that Tiff has raced at! Including Le Mans 24 Hours, his best wins, and worst races! Next week, we should have new Formula 1 gossip. Plus Formula E is back on 15th January, then we have the Monaco rally on 22nd January!
This is our final episode of 2022! In this episode we talk about some recent news in thee world of motorsports such as Binotto finally leaving Ferrari, and Jamie Chadwick's move to Indy NXT. We also talk about some of our favourite moments from the 2022 racing season. Follow the Show: https://twitter.com/SparePartsRacin Follow the Hosts: Sean: https://twitter.com/SeanCiavarella Stephen: https://twitter.com/stephenclarry Taylor: https://twitter.com/taytaymoore Contact the show: email@example.com
Grid Penalty: A Formula 1 Podcast for Everybody
This week we dive into new F1 resignations, the cancelation of the Chinese Grand Prix, Valtteri's new stylistic choices, and Jamie Chadwick's move from the W series to Indy NXT. Follow our hosts @iambrentgill @geoffreytice and our producer @korecording.
Join Matt and Brianna as they discuss this week's breaking F1 news including Mattia Binotto's resignation, Jamie Chadwick joining Indy NXT, the world's first F1 arcade, and more. We also share or top 3 moments of the season and why we have them on our lists. Don't forget to subscribe, leave us a review, and check us out on social media @mrandmrsf1pod. New episodes every week!
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 48 of the Lovecars On The Grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of Motorsport events from the past week. Paul is over at Qatar to watch some sort of football cup that's going on over there. We have new, Formula 1 rules, plus Autosport awards and more! First, we pay our respects to French Formula 1 driver, Patrick Tambay, who sadly passed away last week. Are aerodynamics ruining Formula 1? Let us know in the comments! Following an interview with Ross Brawn, there was speculation that DRS would be stopped in Formula 1 racing, to make overtakes more exciting. Now, whichever car has the correct aerodynamic tweak wins! All about aerodynamics in Formula 1! Brawn came out in Autosport magazine, stating that different cars will be given aerodynamic benefits to help keep up with other cars. This week also saw the Autosport Awards, where Luke Browning was crowned the the Young Driver of the Year. International driver of the year was won by none other by Max Verstappen, while the car of the year went to Red Bull. Kalle Rovanperä and Toyota picked up the rally driver and rally car of the year awards. Jamie Chadwick has announced that she is moving for Indy NXT in America. Over in Australia, we had the Supercars Championship in Adelaide. It was the last race for Holden, who ended up winning the race with rookie driver, Brock Feeney.
Spanners and Trumpets are joined by the voice of the London ePrix Chris Stevens and video editor extraordinaire Steve Amey as they read all the off season tea leaves. From Ferrari's foreshadowing to a tempest in an active aero teapot, from Williams latest wins to Jamie Chadwick's choice, no Magic 8 Ball goes unshaken in this, the latest episode of Missed Apex Podcast.Come watch our iRacing championship!!!! With Stevens on Comms!!!Missed Apex iRacing F3 Cup | S6 Round 3 | Race 1 - YouTubeMissed Apex iRacing F3 Cup | S6 Round 3 | Race 2 - YouTubeMissed Apex iRacing F3 Cup | S6 Round 3 | Race 3 - YouTube Please consider supporting us on patreon. We exist only because of our patron support:Missed Apex F1 is creating PodcastsOr use our Tip Jar to support our 2022 advertising campaign and help us grow the podcast Spanners Ready Spanners���� (@SpannersReady)firstname.lastname@example.orgMatt Trumpets mattpt55 (@mattpt55)email@example.com Chris Stevens Chris Stevens
Tim Hauraney sits down with Jamie Chadwick. Coming off of her signing to Andretti Autosport for 2023 Indy NXT championship, Tim talks with Jamie about what comes next, still being apart of the Williams Racing's Young Driver program, her test with Andretti in September. Then we hear from team owner Michael Andretti. Tim also announces the winner of the 2022 Racing Pod F1 Fantasy Challenge.
This week's episode: INDYCAR is searching for a new marketing leader after parting ways with VP of Marketing SJ Luedtke, a look at the impact of skyrocketing ticket prices and what it means for fans who are planning to attend the Hy-Vee IndyCar doubleheader at Iowa Speedway, and McLaren announces that Alex Palou will be their F1 reserve driver for 2023. Plus, Jamie Chadwick is confirmed to Andretti Autosport's Indy NXT team with DHL sponsorship for 2023. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bye bye Dan and hello OscarGulf gone ?Jamie Chadwick in Formula EWhat were your Highs and Lows
This week, we've got brawn and brains on the pod with W Series driver, U.S. Karting champion, and engineer Sabré Cook. She teaches the guys what NOT to do in karting and how to master turn 1 at COTA, explains how racing is like acting, commiserates with Matt about back pain, and helps us strategize how to get more sponsors and develop our brand values (spoiler alert: we don't have any). Plus, we explore why Jamie Chadwick is basically Tom Cruise and the how Netflix should have a W Series "Drive to Survive." Sign up for our weekly newsletter, bonus episodes, live Q&As, and more at our Patreon!! Follow us on TikTok | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#450 F1 Overspends & W Series Shortfalls. We congratulate the 2022 F1 World Champion Max Verstappen, and explore F1 budget regulations. Will W-Series survive cash flow issues? eSkootr, and the Citroen Oli get our attention. Plus the On Speed News Drain.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 41 of the Lovecars on the grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events! This week, we have a reigning, Formula 1 World Champion in Japan, there's an FIA meltdown, plus W Series, NASCAR, a new BTCC World Champion, Superbikes and more! We start this week to pay tribute to Chrissy Rouse, who sadly succumbed to injuries from an incident at Donington Park last weekend. We also pay tribute to Phil Read. The 83 year old was a 7 time World Moto GP Champion. Our thoughts are with their family and friends. In an announcement in the W Series, it's been announced that the series won't be racing in the USA or Mexico due to lack of funding. Jamie Chadwick is champion again for the 3rd, massive congratulations! We had the most bizarre weekend at Suzuka in Japan with Formula 1. With the wet weather, we had no DRS, yet Max Verstappen was still able to take the Formula 1 World Championship for the 2nd time. There was confusion over the points at the end of the race and how many laps were left to go. During the race, the organisers allowed a recovery crane on the track. How did that happen? Visibility was awful, and we had marshalls and recovery vehicles on track during a live race! Then we come to issue with Red Bull's overspending! Although it hasn't been released how much the F1 team overspent on their development, it was declared by the FIA as a minor overspend, but what was the amount? Will Max Verstappen take the record for the most wins in a Formula 1 season? British Touring Cars also crowned their World Champion this weekend. Following a thrilling season finale at Brands Hatch, Tom Ingram took his first World Championship. World Superbikes still have 3 rounds to go, following a weekend at Portimao. Razgatlioglu claimed two wins on his Ducati, whilst the 3rd race win went to Alvaro Bautista, who edges closer to his Championship victory. NASCAR brought us drama in Charlotte, with 4 drivers being knocked out, including reigning champion, Carl Larson. The race win went to Christopher Bell, putting him into the playoffs and kicking out Larson! Next week, we have some amazing racing to look forward to! Moto GP at Phillip Island, NASCAR in Las Vegas, plus Caterham Racing at both Silverstone and Spa Francorchamps in Belgium!
We break down the Singapore GP -- the sloppy chaos that started in a wet quali, a bad day for Mercedes on both fronts and a LOT of sauna shots in preparation. Pro tip: check out the ice plunge selfies that have since followed.Next, we break down the latest in silly season as it seems like all but two seats may be unofficially filled. We talk the latest Toto-Christian showdown *cue the popcorn* the budget cap scandal that's leaked over from 2021 and the implications it may have for the sport more broadly.Finally, we circle back to Jamie Chadwick and the W series. Bridgette dives into the founding story behind the W series and their latest financial struggles. For more content or to dish tea, reach out on:twitter: @modepushf1 instagram: @modepushf1 web: www.mode-push-f1.come-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Welcome to News from the Nerds – your midweek news show brought to you by the FormulaNerds. On this week's show, James M, James P, Abby and Sam discuss: The 2021 Budget Cap alleged breaches: · Will 2021 ever end? Two teams are rumoured to have surpassed the budget cap last season, with potential championship implications. What do we know, and what do we think will come out of it? Silly season HAAS to be over soon: · It looks like we know who is going to AlphaTauri, depending on whether Alpine get their man, which should decide Williams's choice. But Haas are somewhat separate in this. Will they stick with the devil they know, will they turn to an old hand, or will they dip into a different talent pool? Alonso being Alonso: · The fiery Spaniard was less than impressed with a potentially detrimental double-DNF for Alpine in Singapore. Do they panel agree with him, or are these merely the grumblings of a disgruntled outgoing employee? And is their reliability a concern in their P4 showdown with McLaren? Hamilton says the FIA has ‘failed': · Have the new regulations achieved what they set out to do, and will the cost cap hold any gaps in performance steady throughout the latest era of F1? The panel take a look at Hamilton's comments and weight up the situation – is he right, is it too early to tell, and is he a hypocrite? The future of W Series: · The women-only championship is in financial turmoil. Will it survive the season, and could more be done to safeguard its future? Headline name Jamie Chadwick had a weekend to forget in Singapore, as she threw away the chance to wrap up the 2022 title – but will that prove costly? Share your thoughts, give feedback and get mentioned on the show: - Email Info@FormulaNerds.com Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News: - Visit www.formulanerds.com Follow Us: - Facebook www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds - Twitter www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds - Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities: - Email business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The USA won its fourth straight gold at FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup with a new look team, as veterans retire, with victory against China in Sydney. In motor racing's W Series: Dutch driver Beitske Visser wins in Singapore as Britain's Jamie Chadwick crashes out. Meanwhile, W Series CEO Muir is confident that the championship can continue despite its financial troubles. In tennis world number one Iga Swiatek criticizes scheduling conflict and will not play Billie Jean King Cup Finals to be held in Scotland at the end of October in favor of WTA Finals in Texas. And our football round-up this week includes the Continental Cup, Champions League draw, the NWSL Playoffs taking place later this month and of course Chris & Nancy preview the upcoming sold-out Wembley match-up between England and the USA. Who will win this much anticipated friendly between two of the best teams in the world: the World Cup Champions and European Champions?Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: October 3, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 40 of the Lovecars on the Grid podcast! Our hosts, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us an exciting roundup of motorsport events from the past week! As always, we start with Formula 1, where it appears Red Bull Team Principal, Christian Horner seems to constantly being interviewed by Sky Sports F1! This week's F1 race in Singapore was an action packed one, with lots of crashes and really wet weather! Even from qualifying, the thunder storms caused wet weather, and Championship favourite, Max Verstappen received a grid penalty for running out of fuel. The main race was then delayed because of the severe weather. After a number of safety cars and virtual safety cars, Sergio Perez brought his Red Bull car home to win, with Ferrari's Charles LeClerc in 2nd and his team mate, Carlos Sainz in 3rd. Verstappen wasn't able to clench the Championship in Singapore, finishing in 7th place. In the W Series, Jamie Chadwick missed out on a championship win after crashing out in Singapore. With rumours of W Series running out of money, will the championship continue? New Zealand saw the latest stint from the World Rally Championship. Finnish driver, Kalle Rovanperä became the youngest driver to ever win a World Rally Championship, at the age of just 22. The Moto GP riders were in Thailand in what could've been the wettest Moto GP ever, with bikes power sliding everywhere on the wet track. The win of round 17 went to Miguel Oliveira on his Red Bull KTM. Across in the USA, NASCAR was at the Talledega Speedway in Alabama. Chase Elliot took the win ahead of the next race at Charlotte to determine the final 8 drivers for the Championship. The British Superbikes are also in their play off stage. Tarran MacKenzie is still recovering from his broken leg so wasn't racing at Donington Park. Jason O'Halloran was racing well, with 2nd place in the sprint race, but was unfortunately involved in an accident and taken away in an ambulance. We hope for a speedy recovery. Tom Sykes was taken out by this crash, having won both the sprint race and the 2nd race. Whilst the 3rd race win went to Bradley Ray, who is on his way to a championship win. Next weekend, we have BTCC at Brands Hatch and F1 in Japan. Will Max Verstappen win the Championship this time? We have the NASCAR oval at Charlotte, with 4 drivers being cut. Looking forward to next weekend!
F1blag is joined by the amazing racing who is also a racing student Taylor Ferns...We're very privileged to have the honour of having such a talented, intelligent and amazing Racer! | 1 - What were your earliest motorsport memories? Do your family have a history of racing competitively? Who were your favourite drivers/inspirations growing up? | 2 - You're also a law student! What inspired you to pursue a career and education in legal sector? What are your favourite areas of law? Did you find your contract and business law models transferable to the world of Motorsport? How do you balance and find time to study and race at the same time? | 3 - Securing sponsors and building a good affinity with businesses is usually one of the biggest challenges up and coming drivers experience. How did you overcome this hurdle and is there anything you'd do differently if you could do over again? You're also sponsored by Sam Bernestine law firm, what was the process in terms of getting them on board? | 4 - You were the highest finishing woman in the USAC Silver Crown series! Could share with our viewers more about this series and how you go about racing in this very awesome and competitive series? | 5 - Do you have any pre-race rituals you do before you jump on the car? What 3 songs would you add to your playlist before jumping out on track | 6 - The sprint cars you drive require a very unique driving style with short wheel base, huge tyres, extended wings and sideboard with big V8 engines. How would you describe the balance and overall experience of driving one of these machines? How do you adapt you driving style on tarmac styled ovals vs dirt oval tracks? | 7 - Women In Power -> (WIP) What's your honest assessment and perspective of women in motorsport at the moment? Do you believe we can be optimistic of seeing more amazing female drivers like yourself successfully progress into the major series like F1, Indycar and Nascar? Jamie Chadwick joins the Andretti stable for the indylites? Tatianna coldron | 8 - Where do see yourself in 5 years time? What series would you like race in that you haven't had the opportunity to do so far? | 9 - Pick any car and any track of your choice to do a 3 lap, Hotlap challenge. What car and track combination would you pick? | 10 - What races/championships/events have you got coming up and what advise would you give to a younger Taylor Fern and the younger female drivers with goals and ambitions of being as successful as you!? | SUBSCRIBE OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT @StripTheDip @TaylorFerns
Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten won her second UCI World Road Championship in Wollongong, Australia two days after fracturing her elbow and then was subsequently fined for clothing infractions. In cricket, the 2023 Ashes schedule has been announced, which includes a five-day test match. And England Captain Heather Knight accuses India bowler Deepti Sharma of lying over warnings regarding Charlie Dean ‘Mankad' dismissal. On the eve of the Rugby World Cup the English Rugby Football Union defends its decision to fly women's team to New Zealand in economy. In motor racing, Britain's defending W-Series Champion, Jamie Chadwick, targets F1 in five years. In football, we have a round-up of the NWSL play-off stages and the second game of the WSL season which saw Arsenal overpower Tottenham 4-0 largely thanks for the power couple that is Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema. And there is controversy in Spain where the players have boycotted the national football team.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: September 26, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Het aantal geregistreerde elektrische auto's in Nederland is in twee en een half jaar tijd bijna verdrievoudigd. Begin september stonden er voor het eerst 300.000 elektrische personenauto's in Nederland op kenteken. Dat waren er begin 2020 ruim 100.000, melden BOVAG en RAI Vereniging. Van alle elektrische auto's is nog ongeveer 20 procent een Tesla, gevolgd door Volkswagen (12,5 procent) en Kia (iets meer dan 9 procent). Verder in de auto-update: De Westerscheldetunnel moet uiterlijk 2025 tolvrij zijn. Tesla roept ruim een miljoen auto's terug. Toyota opent de aanval op Tesla met de bZ3. Renault geeft medewerkers koopkrachtcompensatie, meldt Reuters. Jamie Chadwick wil binnen vijf jaar de vrouw in de Formule 1 zijn.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We break down the Italian GP -- the 100th anniversary of the temple of speed! We look at highlights, best & worst drivers and the pros and cons of a Very Mixed Up Grid.Next (15:51), we go deeper into the star of the weekend -- Nyck DeVries. Who is he? What's his record like? And how close is he to the Mercedes/Williams fam? Answer: closer than you think!We also talk through the recently crowned F2 winner (21:45) and the F2 stars on the grid currently. Last (25:21), we cover two big announcements for women in F1! First, the FIA has a new CEO and SHE is a boss. Second, Jamie Chadwick continues to blaze new trails for us to follow along on. For more content or to dish tea, reach out on:twitter: @modepushf1 instagram: @modepushf1 web: www.mode-push-f1.come-mail: email@example.com
This week's episode: Road To Indy voice and series development director Rob Howden joins to break down the championship battles in Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000, Jamie Chadwick's Lights test, the switch from Cooper Tires to Firestone in Lights in 2023, F4 joining the Road to Indy ladder and more. Plus, a look at silly season rumors including Colton Herta possibly to F1 next year and a preview of this weekend's Grand Prix of Portland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 31 of the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another motorsport roundup of the events from the past week! First and foremost, not even motorsport related, but huge congratulations to the Lionesses, the England Ladies football team for winning the 2022 Euros!! The boys cover the breaking news that Fernando Alonso is moving to Aston Martin. The biggest motorsport events were in Hungary and at Indianapolis and last week we debated which would be the more entertaining racing to watch and … Hungary was where it was all at! F1 saw another sensation and devastating Ferrari meltdown, where both Ferrari drivers failed to get on the podium after being so strong pre-race and all weekend. Should the Ferrari strategist leave? Is it finally time? Speaking of leaving, it's farewell to Sebastian Vettel who is retiring after an illustrious career in Formula 1. We wish him the very best. Lots of excitement in F2, F3 and W Series - where Jamie Chadwick failed to make it 8 wins in a row! In the USA, there was quite a processional Indycar, and a crazy NASCAR. Elsewhere in Europe, Spa 24 Hours brings victory to Mercedes and a brilliant class win for four very fast ladies. Back home, in the BTCC at Knockhill you had to either have a BMW or be Ash Sutton to have any chance of winning! While there was a home win in London for Formula E. And the main bike meeting saw Toprak Razgatlıoğlu come out top of the WSB at Most in Czech republic. Next week: Formula 1 starts their summer break, WRC heads the billing with the 1000 Lakes rally in Finland, while Britain welcomes the MotoGP world to Silverstone. Indycar and NASCAR head back to the ovals with races at Nashville and Michigan.
Women's sport is celebrating not just in the UK but around the world as football fans watched England defeat Germany 2-1 after extra-time at Wembley Stadium to capture the European Championship this past weekend. The scenes at the North London venue were unprecedented in women's football with a crowd of 87,192 creating an atmosphere like no other. The chants of ‘football's coming home' echoed far and wide as Sarina Weigman's team did what so few teams have historically been able to in this tournament—they beat eight-time champions Germany. That the game went to extra-time only underscored the Lionesses resilient form that they showed all tournament and served to reinforce the remarkable leadership that is Sarina Weigman. She has empowered her team like no other manager in England's history and led the team to a European victory, just as she did with her native Dutch team in 2017. The tournament attendance topped 574,875 (In The Netherlands in 2017 it was 240,055) and the UK TV audience reached 17.4 million ( the 2019 Women's World Cup was 11.7 million). Chris and Nancy share their thoughts on the final and what it will take to keep the momentum going for girls and women in football and beyond. In other news, The Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten won the inaugural Tour de France Femme. Her compatriot; the legend that is Marianne Vos won three of the stages, plus a second and third finish. Meanwhile in Hungary in motorsports W Series, Alice Powell fended off reigning champion Jamie Chadwick to give Britain a total of five finishers in the top ten. In Birmingham, England last week the Commonwealth Games began and Nancy has news of a cycling controversy. In MMA Brazilian Amanda Nunes regained her Bantamweight title defeating American Julianna Pena in a bloody fight. And as we indicated last week, the UK Rugby Football Union Council voted in favor of updating its gender policy starting with 22/23 season, which excludes transgender men from competing on women's teams.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: August 1, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#445 Too Much Motorsport? As various series compete for our attention we ask which formulas do we choose to watch? Where next for the French Grand Prix? Who really are the best and the worst F1 teams? Plus how can racing increase its diversity?
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 30 of the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another motorsport roundup of the events from the past week! We've had a jam packed motorsport week from around the World, with Formula 1, F2 and W Series at Paul Ricard in France. We've also had booing in NASCAR, Indycar and World Superbikes. Firstly, we pay tribute to Paddy Hopkirk, the famous, Irish rally driver that was famous for driving MINIs. In Formula 1, we had an interesting weekend at Paul Ricard. Charles LeClerc had an unfortunate weekend, and ended up crashing into the barriers in France. Max Verstappen had managed to wear out his tyres in his Red Bull and following some poor strategy from Ferrari, Verstappen almost overtook during the Ferrari pitstop. Following a virtual safety car, Mercedes driver, George Russell left a huge gap between him and the driver in front of him. Russell then caught up with Perez, jumping the Mexican driver once the racing resumed. The McLaren result continues to be interesting, as Lando Norris continues to out perform team mate Daniel Ricciardo. Should Ricciardo continue to drive in F1? In Formula 2, Liam Lawson won the sprint race, having qualified in 9th place. In the main race, Japanese driver Ayumu Iwasa took the win, in his Red Bull. The main highlight of the Porsche Supercup were the track limits! Or lack of them! With drivers using the edge of the track to gain overtakes or maintain their positions. Harry King took 2nd place, whilst the win went to rookie driver, Bastian Buus. The W Series was also supporting the Formula 1, with a 7th win for Jamie Chadwick. Should Jamie move to Formula 3? NASCAR was at Pocono Raceway. Unfortunately, following a restart with just over 36 laps to go, Hamlin and Ross Chastain went head to head, with Chastain trying to go around the outside of Hamlin. This resulted in Hamlin squeezing his competitor out, forcing him into the wall. Hamlin went over the line in 1st place, but both Joe Gibbs drivers were disqualified for having incorrect aero. The win was therefore given to Chase Elliot. Indycar was at the Iowa Speedway for 300 laps, for a fairly dull race. Josef Newgarden won the first race, with Pat O'Ward behind him in second. The British Superbikes were at Brands Hatch, with a win for Jason O'Halloran on his Yamaha. Next week, we have Formula 1, Formula 2, F3 and W Series in Hungary, at the Hungaoring. NASCAR and Indycar are at Indianapolis. Superbikes are in the Czech Republic. BTCC are up in Scotland at Knockhill and Formula E is in London at the Excel Centre for an indoor race! What are your predictions for Formula 1 in Hungary? Let us know your top three drivers in the comments!
CaliFormula1 - F1 from an Average Joe.
French Grand Prix Recap; Jamie Chadwick is too good not to be racing against guys. Also, the Ferrari French Fiasco, Super Max wins again and Lewis Hamilton's 300 GP is a podium finish. Ferrari has a fiasco in France as Charles LeClerc crashes and the pit wall costs Carlos Sainz points.Super Max Verstappen cruises to victory while Sergio Perez cant get past Mercedes.Lewis Hamilton gets a podium on his 300th GP start and gets to share the stage with Mercedes teammate George Russell.French team Alpine has a great day with Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon putting in great performances. And McClaren got double points…..but they shouldn't be happy about it.Finally, Jamie Chadwick has dominated the W Series while racing for Caitlyn Jenner's team. Is it time she gets a chance to compete against the guys and vie for a Formula 1 seat?All this and more Formula 1 talk!Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Caliwww.califormula1.com Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, George Russell Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel Alpine | Esteban Ocon, Fernando Alonso Ferrari | Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda Alfa Romeo | Valtteri Bottas, Zhou Guanyu Haas | Mick Schumacher, Kevin Magnussen Williams | Alex Albon, Nicholas Latifi
Jamie Chadwick and Andrew Benson join Jack Nicholls to look back at the race from the Red Bull Ring. They hear from both Ferrari drivers after mixed day for the Italian team, and from Lewis Hamilton who finished third.
We begin this week with motor racing news since Jamie Chadwick continued her winning form in the W Series when she took the checkered flag at Silverstone to increase her lead in the table to 50 points. Nancy has a round up from the Wimbledon Tennis. Championships including news of protesters drawing attention to the Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai who has not played internationally since she revealed she had been sexually assaulted. Chris reviews the CONCACAF Championship which kicked off with the USWNT convincing 3-0 win against Haiti to celebrate July 4th in Monterrey, Mexico. Alex Morgan continued her tremendous form with two superb goals in the 16th minute delivered by Mal Pugh and 23rd minutes, by Kelly O'Hara. Then in the closing stages Midge Purce sealed the win in the 84th minute, thanks to a Kristie Mewis' handy delivery into the box. Alex has really found her rhythm this season in the NWSL and then like a true veteran brought it to the national squad in time for the World Cup and Olympic Games qualifiers. She always looks so polished but there a new shine on her brilliance as one of the best forwards in the game. Nancy previews the Euro 2022 preview including the devastating news that Spain's leading player Alexia Putellas tearing her ACL the day before the start of the championships. There is also news of Barbra Banda being excluded from Women's Africa Cup of Nations, a maajor billing in boxing when Claressa Shields meets Savannah Marshall. Elsewhere, WNBA star Brittney Griner has sent a letter to the White House, appealing directly to President Biden to secure her release from Russia. And finally, congratulations to sailors Sally Barkow and Francesca Clapcich who have announced that Sally gave birth to daughter Harriet Emilia Clapcich Barkow. USWNTHosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: July 5, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to Episode 27 of Lovecars On the Grid the global motorsport podcast with Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman. Amazing excitement at Silverstone with two huge crashes, seeing HALO save the day, with even the Silverstone Grand Prix winner Carlos Sainz, saying two lives were saved after the horrific Zhou Guanyu and Roy Nissany crashes. A thrilling race seeing title leader Max Verstappen slip down the field due to damage to his car, and British driver, Lewis Hamilton sticking his Mercedes-AMG on the podium on his home track. Also at Silverstone there was excitement in F2, F3, Porsche Supercup with British drivers aplenty on the podiums - and in W series Britain's Jamie Chadwick won again in what was somewhat of a bit of as snore fest! Should Jamie Chadwick be allowed to continue in W-Series, or should she have to move to F3 and prove herself against the other drivers? Neither IndyCar in Mid-Ohio or NASCAR at Road America can match the excitement nor can Formula E in Marrakesh, but there was at least some entertainment in DTM!
Join us live from the WTF1 Clubhouse as we have a quick sitdown chat with Williams Development Driver and two-time W Series champion Jamie Chadwick ahead of the British Grand Prix weekend.
With the football league season wrapping up in Europe the French team Lyon was crowned in the Champions League Final; Chelsea Women won the double, now they have new owners; Euro 2022 is expected to shatter attendance records this summer; female referees will officiate at the men's World Cup for first time, and Tottenham's Chioma Ubogagu receives doping ban over acne medication. In tennis at the French Open there are shock early round exits, and Wimbledon is stripped of ranking points is spurring controversial debate. Elsewhere; Jamie Chadwick wins again at W Series, and Tokyo 2020 official is working to prevent objectification of female athletes.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: May 25, 2022For more information, links and resources and hundreds more conversations from the world of women's sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visit wispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 21 of the Lovecars On The Grid podcast! We have an action packed week to roundup with our hosts, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman, from Formula 1, Formula E, NASCAR, Superbikes and even drama in the Caterham Academy Championship! Kicking off with Formula 1, why we have the spy scandal between Red Bull and Aston Martin! With employees leaving Red Bull for Aston Martin, is information being taken too? Lewis Hamilton had a poor start in Barcelona, with Haas driver Kevin Magnussen involved in a collision with the Mercedes driver. Followed by Carlos Sainz coming off the track into the gravel trap in his Ferrari. What followed was an exciting race, with intense battles between Segio Perez and George Russell. Max Verstappen also had a brief spin off the track, leaving Charles LeClerc to lead the race in his Ferrari. LeClerc had a problem later in the race with his engine blowing up, and ended up retiring. The new Mercedes body modifications seemed to work though, with Russell finishing the race in 3rd, with Verstappen and Perez ahead of him. In Formula 2, Felipe Drugovich took the win for MP Motorsport in both the Sprint race and the Feature race. He now leads the championship. In the supporting W Series race, we had a 1,2,3 British podium, with a win for Jamie Chadwick, Abbi Pulling and Alice Powell. Both Sebs had a crash in WRC out in Portugal. The gravel rally was won by Toyota GR's Kalle Rovanperä from Finland, with Elfyn Evans hot on his heels. The WRC goes off to Italy next! There was no Moto GP this week, but the World Superbikes were at Estoril. The battle between Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlıoğlu continues as Rea takes 2 wins, with Toprak hot on his heels. The British Superbikes were at Donington Park, with some awful crashes. We had bikes splitting into multiple pieces, and a rider even in hospital. Thankfully Josh Day is awake and eating again, we wish him a speedy recovery. NASCAR was a pretty spectacular event, with $1 million for the Winner in Texas. There were more crashes and slow punctures for the drivers. The win went to Ryan Blaney in his Ford, with Denny Hamlin behind him in 2nd place. Tiff stayed up until midnight to watch the Indycar drivers at Indianapolis. We had crashes at 230MPH, with an average speed of 234.046MPH! Unbelievable! The win went to Scott Dixon, and Alex Palou in 2nd. Our resident driver, Paul Woodman was driving his Caterham Roadsport car at Snetterton with the Caterham Academy Championship this weekend. We had races being won by 0.05 of a second, and over 30 drivers on the grid! In the first race, Paul managed a 7th place, following an 11th place qualifying. Geoff Newman, Charlie Lower and Freddie Chiddicks all manage their usual performances with great driving. In the second race however, there was carnage at the start! Following an amazing start, Paul was squeezed by the two cars in front of him. He tried to go around the outside, but unfortunately was taken out by another car, leading to a red flag. Straight after the restart, we had a driver roll his car, forcing another red flag! Thankfully, the driver is ok. We don't know where to start this weekend, but we have a major Formula 1 race in Monaco. Now that Mercedes have got rid of their porpoising, will they do better in qualifying? We also have the Indianapolis 500, plus Moto GP at Mugello, BTCC at Thruxton and British GT at Donington Park! Over in America, we have the NASCAR at Charlotte.
Join Brian and Patrick on the Hard Compound, everybody's most beloved father and son Formula 1 podcast! Our mission is to grow the popularity of F1 in America. This week, a full analysis of Miami 2022. Sun, rain, celebrity and corporatism in all its glory. Plus, our Top 10 driver rankings and crazy predictions for Spain 2022! Yes, there's more. Is a Max repeat inevitable? Why George Russell is already outperforming Lewis Hamilton?Will the crypto crash impact the money flowing into F1?Was billionaire Stephen Ross the biggest winner at the Miami Grand Prix? Should Jamie Chadwick replace Nicholas Latifi at Williams? (We say yes.)Can Alex Albon move (back) to a top tier team in 2023? Give a listen. Then subscribe. Send your questions and comments to email@example.com
Britain's Jamie Chadwick continues her winning ways from last season after a double header in the season opener of the W Series in Miami. And there's news of an all female Le Mans 24 hours race. Olympic team gold medalist Laura Collett is crowned Badminton Horse Trials winner as the five-star event returns from aa two-year absence. Canadian show jumping veteran Beth Underhill Wins La Baule €500,000 Rolex Grand Prix. Chelsea win Womens Super League as Sam Kerr flexes her talent. Meanwhile at Arsenal, Vivianne Miedema is closing in on one-year contract extension. When it comes to injury woes, Canada's Bianca Andreescu feels Emma Raducanu's pain as the British player is forced to retire from injury at the Italian Open. BBC reporter exposes blatant sexism at sports awards. And record viewing figures for women's sport show that if you build it they will come. Show notes and links to the stories at www.wispsports.com.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: May 11, 2022For more information, links and resources and hundreds more conversations from the world of women's sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visit wispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've been blown away by the reaction to our first episode of The Breakdown (check out the chat with Mark Cavendish if you haven't already) - and we hope you enjoy episode two just as much as Orla and Greg sit down with Jamie Chadwick.Jamie is the two-time reigning champion of the W Series and tells us what it's like to have the one and only Caitlyn Jenner as a team boss, having signed for Jenner Racing for the 2022 season, which began with a double-header of victories in Miami at the weekend.She is also part of the Williams development programme and tells us about her dream of racing in F1, and the pitfalls and pathways to achieving it. We learn what it's like to be a female racing driver in a world designed for men, what the sport can do to encourage more female talent to progress to the top - and the part she is playing to actively make that happen.Oh, and Jamie shockingly reveals she isn't very good at parking....The Breakdown is presented by Orla Chennaoui and Greg RutherfordProduction Manager: Maria PilkingtonAudio edit and mix: Pete BurtonFootage edit: Phil Golston and Pete BurtonCameras: Marco Camilloni and Pete BurtonProduced by Orla Chennaoui and Pete Burton See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jamie Chadwick was the 2021 Champion in the W Series, a racing series that provides equal opportunities for women, eliminating the financial barriers that prevented them from progressing to the upper echelons of motorsport.
Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Welcome to episode 19 of the Lovecars on the Grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman return with another roundup of motorsport events from the past week. Unfortunately, our audio isn't quite as good as last week, as Tiff joins us on his mobile phone. Apologies for any inconvenience to our listeners! This week we have F1, W Series, British GT, Touring Cars and NASCAR! Kicking off in Miami with Formula 1! The event was very well hyped, with even a fake marina and boats on show! Red Bull driver, Max Verstappen performed a trademark, bold move on the first corner, and took the race win. Mercedes had a disappointing race, finishing in 5th and 6th with lots of porpoising going on. The W Series was supporting the F1 in Miami. It was a perfect win for Jamie Chadwick, with 2 wins this weekend. Last year's Winner, Alice Powell ended up stalling on the grid and finishing in 6th place. The World Endurance Championship was at Spa Francorchamps in Belgium. It was typically Spa weather, with lots of rain. The #7 Toyota was victorious, driven by Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and Jose Maria Lopez, beating Alpine in 2nd place. The World Touring Cars started their season with a reverse grid at the Circuit de Pau Ville. The win went to Argentine driver, Nestor Girolami. British GT was taking place at Silverstone, with a win for Barwell Motorsport in their Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO. NASCAR was at the famous old oval, Darlington. We had a very controversial ending, with some questionable driving for Winner Joey Logano, who drove into William Byron and put the leader into the wall. This weekend, we have Indycar at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. IMSA are at the mid-Ohio course. Moto GP is back at the Le Mans Bugatti circuit in France. Formula E has a double header in Berlin and then in Britain we have the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch!
Women Shifting Gears Driven by Hemmings with Amanda Busick
17-year-old Chloe Chambers is truly driven to succeed. From an early age, she had her sights on Formula 1 Racing, and now her dream is becoming reality as she races on the same circuits in the W Series with hopes of one day running F1 as one of its first female drivers. She is confident that she's prepared, having mastered go-karting at the top level and joining Jenner Racing with top W Series racer, Jamie Chadwick. She begins her W Series journey this weekend with the season-opener in Miami as part of Caitlyn Jenner's racing stable. Having already set a Guinness World Records title for the fastest vehicular slalom using a Porsche 718 Spyder with a time of 47.45 seconds and competing on America's Got Talent Extreme, Chambers hopes that Simon Cowell's comments about her come true – You're a future star. And you know what? He's usually right! Chloe chats with host Amanda Busick on our 45th podcast.
Jack is joined by Jamie Chadwick and Andrew Benson to look back at the sprint race. They hear from the top two and from Lewis Hamilton who finished in 14th.
Reigning W Series champion Jamie Chadwick joins the F1 team to preview the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. They discuss Ferrari's dominant start to the season, what is happening at Red Bull and whether Mercedes can get on top of their problems.
Before winning the Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal of Richard Williams in King Richard, Will Smith really slapped Chris Rock for making a joke about Jada Pinkett-Smith's bald hair cut. Also, I talk through some news and notes about Formula 1 racing including, the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton's social media post, Max Mosley's cause of death according to the coroner's office, Sebastian Vettel's return at the Australian Grand Prix and Formula 1's W Series adding two races. Caitlyn Jenner owns Jenner Racing and signed two-time defending W Series world champion Jamie Chadwick to her team.
Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Welcome to 'News From The Nerds - Our midweek news show covering everything you need to know from the world of F1. This week James, Abby, Bridge and Sam cover: Day 1 of Pre-Season Testing in Barcelona We discuss the cars on the track, our reactions to our favourite teams' progress and the fastest drivers of the day. BWT Alpine's 2022 Liveries and Their New Team Principal We share our opinions on the livery for BWT Alpine, their race suits and our thoughts on Otmar Sznafnauer joining the French team. The Latest FIA Changes and Hamilton's Comments We discuss the changes to the race director role, our thoughts on these changes and Hamilton's Comments on Stewards Extreme E The first race of the Extreme E 2022 Season, the Desert X Prix, occurred and we run through key events from over the weekend. Jamie Chadwick's Latest Venture The Two-Time W Series champion is returning to defend her title and we share our thoughts on her as a racing driver and this decision. Follow FormulaNerds http://www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds http://www.twitter.com/FormulaNerds_ http://www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds http://www.formulanerds.com
Masi se va, Andretti Racing, Jamie Chadwick, previa a la IndyCar
We are joined by back-to-back W Series champion Jamie Chadiwck, discussing the season, her development work with Williams F1 and her plans for future championships!
Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport
Jamie Chadwick is a double champion. The winner of W Series in 2019 repeated her achievement in 2021 after a dominant win at the Circuit of the Americas. Today on the podcast we'll talk to Jamie, and her season-long title rival Alice Powell. They went into the final round level on 109 points each, but it was the Williams development driver Chadwick who won both rounds on Saturday and Sunday in Austin. Championship victory hands her 15 FIA Superlicence points, but does that mean we'll see her in a Friday practice session in Formula 1 sometime soon? What are her plans for next year? How does this championship compare to her first? And will she compete in W Series again or will she look towards Formula 3 or WEC? Let's find out.
In today's episode I head to one of my favourite roads in West London, Pavillion road, to meet a Racing car driver, who has just made history. She's fresh back from the last race of the season having just defended her W series Championship tittle, it's Jamie Chadwick. She also races in the Extreme E and is the only female in F1 as a development driver for Williams Racing. We discuss the forward moving direction of Women's sport, what it takes to drive with the World's elite in the Extreme E, and the mark she wants to leave on the World of racing. She's super chilled and humble and has firmly got her eyes on the progression of the sport - Oh and that roast in the Cadagon Arms! ;) Aimee will be probing for answers from the full spectrum of routines; the early birds who have finely tuned Monday mornings, to the late risers who struggle to get up before 11am. How do elite athletes find the motivation to kick start their week come rain or shine? How do celebrities deliver no matter what the time of day? What knowledge can they pass on? Each episode drops on a Monday morning and plays out in real time. Aimee will meet each of her guests for a walk and a chat and over the course of the mile she will find out how they cope on a Monday morning - their idiosyncrasies, breakfast routines, alarm noises - and how, when they need to, find the motivation to kick-on through the week. Dropping every Monday as a bitesize piece of content and weekly dose of motivation - right when you need it - sharing some of Britain's greatest athletes' secrets on self-motivation, candid thoughts on what they struggle with and a sideways look at some of their more unusual morning habits. Head over to IG to watch the visuals of our episode and what we get up to on our Monday Mile. https://www.instagram.com/aimee_fuller/ Filmed and Edited by Jack Holmes.
Britain's motor racing driver Jamie Chadwick is our top story this week having clinched the 2021 W Series title. Jamie's consistency this season showed how talented a driver she is and as a development driver for the Williams team she is poised to move up to Formula 1. It's been 40 years since a woman was on the starting grid of Formula 1 and now there are a number of women hungry to achieve that ultimate ambition. World Cup seasons in Skiing and Dressage took place last weekend with American Mikaela Shiffrin winning the Giant Slalom in Soelden ahead of Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami. And Danish rider Cathrine Dufour aboard the 18 year old Atterupgaards Cassidy won the first leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup 2021/2022 Western European League on home soil in Herning ahead of compatriots Carina Cassøe Krüth and Heiline's Danciera with the Dutch duo of Dinja van Liere and Hermes in third. Germany's eventing queen Ingrid Klimke showed her versatility aboard the 13 year old stallion Franziskus 15 finishing seventh of the 14 riders. Plus there is news in football, tennis, gymnastics field hockey, netball and running.Hosts: Chris Stafford and Nancy GillenRecorded: October 26, 2021.For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women's sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visit wispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World's First and Only Podcast Network for Women's Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1500+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. We are ranked in the top 2% more of than 2.69 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
Join Tiller in this EverythingF1 Podcast Special as he interviews the 2019 W Series Champion & Williams Development Driver Jamie Chadwick. We discuss some highlights in her career to date, her busy 2021 schedule, competing in W Series, Extreme E and being development driver for Williams. Jamie also gives her opinion on the current F1 season and who she thinks will win... We have lots of these interviews lined up, so please subscribe to our podcast to hear them before anyone else. We are also on all social media platforms @joinEF1 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. www.everythingf1.com EverythingF1, Driven by fans, for the fans.
Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport
Megan White is joined by David Coulthard and 2019 W Series champion Jamie Chadwick. They talk about the return of the series this weekend, how Formula 1 will raise the profile of female drivers and if we'll see W Series racing on iconic tracks such as Monaco.