Jamie Chadwick
  • JamieChadwick

  • Nationality British
  • BornBath, 20 May 1998
  • Job Description Development Driver
  • Height1.59m
  • Weight57kg

Jamie Chadwick

Career highlights

2019 - 2021 - Development Driver, Williams Racing

2019 - 2020 - F3 Asian Championship, 4th overall: 0 wins, 4 podiums

2019 - W Series, 1st overall: 2 wins, 5 podiums

2018 - 2019 - MRF Challenge, 1st overall: 6 wins, 9 podiums

2018 - British Formula 3 Championship, 8th overall: 1 win, 2 podiums

2017 - British Formula 3 Championship, 9th overall: 0 wins, 1 podium

2016 - British GT Championship, 15th overall: 0 wins, 0 podiums (A-level year)

2015 - Aston Martin Racing Driver Evolution Academy

2015 - British GT4 Championship, 1st overall: 6 wins, 5 podiums

2013 - 2014 - Ginetta Junior Championship, multiple podiums

2012 - Ginetta Junior Scholarship for 2013

2010 - Karting: multiple podiums

Jamie’s interest in motorsport started on the karting track in 2010 where she achieved numerous wins and podiums at club level in the Junior series. She had a talent from a young age and went on to win the Ginetta Junior Scholarship in 2013.

In 2015, Jamie stepped up to the British GT Championship, driving an Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT4 with Beechdean Motorsport. She secured the title in her first year and became the first female to win a British GT Championship. To mark this achievement, she was selected to be part of the Aston Martin Racing Driver Evolution Academy and invited by the British Racing Drivers’ Club to become a ‘Rising Star’.

In 2016, Jamie continued to drive in five rounds of the British GP Championship in Pro Am with ‘Bake Off’ TV celebrity Paul Hollywood, whilst completing her A-level studies at Cheltenham College. She also qualified for her Nordschleife Race Permit.

In 2017 she graduated into singles-seaters, competing in the British Formula 3 Championship. Jamie opened up her rookie season with a podium at Rockingham and finished ninth in the Championship.

In 2018 Jamie continued in British F3, this time with Douglas Motorsport, and became the first woman to win a race in the category as she claimed victory at Brands Hatch. Later that year Jamie entered the MRF Winter Series racing at three venues in Dubai, Bahrain and Madras, where she won the Title in January 2019

In 2019, Jamie claimed the inaugural W Series title, and enjoyed further success driving in a class winning team at the Nürburgring 24 Hour Race in Germany. In addition to her racing, Jamie was a Development Driver for the team’s driver academy throughout the year, undertaking work in the simulator at Grove. In a heavily altered year of 2020, Jamie took part in Asian F3 during the winter months.

This year, Jamie will defend her W Series title as she returns for the second series that joins the Formula One calendar, with the series becoming the support race at eight races across the 2021 season. As well as this, Jamie has been confirmed as Veloce Racing's female driver for Extreme E, a ground-breaking electric off-road racing series for the series set to launch later this month in Saudi Arabia.