Watch W Series live on Sky Sports F1 this weekend as the all-female series takes to the British Silverstone circuit; the race is live on Saturday at 1.10pm with Jamie Chadwick starting in pole position; All six British drivers start their home race in the top ten

Last Updated: 01/07/22 7:48pm

W Series drivers Alice Powell, Jamie Chadwick, Abbi Pulling, Abbie Eaton, and Sarah Moore explain what means for a British driver to win at the iconic Silverstone circuit. Watch all the action live on Sky Sports F1.

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W Series drivers Alice Powell, Jamie Chadwick, Abbi Pulling, Abbie Eaton, and Sarah Moore explain what means for a British driver to win at the iconic Silverstone circuit. Watch all the action live on Sky Sports F1.

W Series drivers Alice Powell, Jamie Chadwick, Abbi Pulling, Abbie Eaton, and Sarah Moore explain what means for a British driver to win at the iconic Silverstone circuit. Watch all the action live on Sky Sports F1.

British driver and W Series leader Jamie Chadwick will start at the front of the grid at her home race of Silverstone on Saturday after taking her third pole position in a row.

With six Brits in the 18-driver W Series all vying to make their mark on their home circuit, it was Abbi Pulling and Alice Powell who looked to be some serious competition for the Jenner Racing driver in the early part of the session.

W Series drivers Jamie Chadwick, Alice Powell and Abbi Pulling joined Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill to look ahead to Saturday's race at Silverstone.

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W Series drivers Jamie Chadwick, Alice Powell and Abbi Pulling joined Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill to look ahead to Saturday’s race at Silverstone.

W Series drivers Jamie Chadwick, Alice Powell and Abbi Pulling joined Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill to look ahead to Saturday’s race at Silverstone.

However, once again, Chadwick managed to find some more speed in the first and third section on the Silverstone track, setting a 1:56.758s to put her ahead of Finnish racing driver Emma Kimilainen in second and fellow Brit Pulling in third.

Chadwick has been dominant throughout all three opening races of the W Series season and will be looking to continue that into Saturday’s race to potentially take a seventh successive race victory in F1’s undercard.

W Series Race Four: Starting Grid Top Ten

1) Jamie Chadwick, Jenner Racing
2) Emma Kimilainen, Puma
3) Abbi Pulling, Racing X
4) Beitske Visser, Sirin Racing
5) Alice Powell, Click2Drive Bristol Street Motors
6) Fabienne Wohlwend, cortDAO
7) Marta Garcia, cortDAO
8) Abbie Eaton, Scuderia W
9) Sarah Moore, Scuderia W
10) Jessica Hawkins, Click2Drive Bristol Street Motors

Kimilainen, after starting on pole at the opening race in Miami, found momentum once again in the qualifying session, finishing just +0.219s behind Chadwick with Pulling a further +0.554s behind her.

All six British drivers will start in the top ten of the grid, with Alice Powell in fifth, Abbie Eaton in eighth, Sarah Moore in ninth and Jessica Hawkins in tenth.

Live W Series

July 2, 2022, 1:10pm

Live on Sky Sports Mix

Sky Sports F1 is your home for every race this season and here’s the full schedule for the British Grand Prix with the W Series Race live from 1.10pm tomorrow.

Sky Sports F1’s British Grand Prix Schedule

Saturday, July 2

9.50am: F3 Sprint Race

11.45am: British GP Practice Three Build-up (session starts 12pm)

1.10pm: W Series Race

2.10pm: British GP Qualifying Build-up

3pm: British GP Qualifying

4.55pm: F2 Sprint Race

6pm: Ted’s Qualifying Notebook

Sunday, July 3

8.30am: F3 Feature Race

10am: F2 Feature Race

1.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday: British GP Build-up

3pm: THE 2022 BRITISH GRAND PRIX

5pm: British GP reaction: Chequered Flag

6pm: Ted’s Notebook

F1 2022 heads to Silverstone this weekend for the big event of the motorsport summer. Join Sky Sports F1 for extensive coverage across the British GP weekend – the race starts at 2pm on Sunday, July 3.