W Series to Race at Eight Formula 1 Weekends

Liechtenstein motorsport racer, Fabienne Wohlwend, will be part of the W Series that will visit five new circuits as part of an eight-race Formula 1 calendar in 2022, as the championship continues to promote the best women talent in motorsport. Photo: Fabienne Wohlwend (Twitter)

The W Series will visit five new circuits as part of an eight-race Formula 1 calendar in 2022, as the championship continues to promote the best women talent in motorsport.
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Maya Weug’s Formula 1 Dream Receives Major Boost

Spanish-born Maya Weug made history earlier this year when she was announced as the first ever female member of the Ferrari Driver Academy. Photo: MultiFormula (Twitter)

Spanish-born history maker, Maya Weug, is on the right track to pursue her Formula 1 career after becoming the first ever female member of the Ferrari Driver Academy. The teenager will compete in the F4 Championship season this year.

Tasmin Pepper on Starting Grid for W Series

South Africa’s leading female racer, Tasmin Pepper, is gearing for international action following the announcement that the W Series will resume in 2021. Image: Supplied

Tasmin Pepper is gearing up for international action following the announcement that the W Series – the single-seater racing championship for female drivers – will resume in 2021.

April 2010 Woman in Media: Natalie Le Clue

April’s media personality is Natalie Le Clue, a 23 year-old radio sports presenter and F1 aficionado of the most dedicated vein, to the extent that her insights have installed herself as SA’s only female F1 columnist.