Jamie recognised in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Europe Sports & Games Class of 2023

Published on
07 Mar 2023
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The Williams Racing Academy star is in prestigious company

Indy NXT driver and Williams Racing Academy star Jamie Chadwick has been recognised in Forbes’ prestigious 30 Under 30 Europe Sports & Games Class of 2023.
The three-time W Series champion, who recently became the first female driver in 13 years to become a full-time member of the Indy NXT championship, leads a star-studded group of talent.
After hundreds of nominations, the final list - which ‘spotlights the next generation of game changers’ across the worlds of sports and gaming - was eventually whittled down to 12 athletes, nine entrepreneurs, four game developers, three sports business professionals and two Esports athletes.
Our Academy driver features alongside other top talent, including: the youngest-ever male tennis player to end a year ranked World No.1, Carlos Alcaraz; Manchester City’s ruthlessly efficient centre forward, Erling Haaland; the NBA’s back-to-back MVP, Nikola Jovic; and our old friend, George Russell, who needs no introduction to motorsport fans.
At the age of 24, JC has already achieved so much success, but her ambitions don’t end there, as she recently shared with Forbes:
“I want to have the ultimate amount of success myself. I want to make Formula One.
“But my legacy, I want to inspire the next generation of women to get involved in the sport.”
From everyone at Williams Racing, a massive congratulations to Jamie on yet another well-deserved achievement!

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