Jamie Chadwick has added another achievement to her shining racing portfolio after being crowned W Series champion for the second year running.
The 23-year-old continues her reign from 2019, where she won the inaugural championship title.
To celebrate another successful season, WWE has honoured Chadwick with an exclusive title belt.
The company Chief Brand Officer, Stephanie McMahon, posted on Twitter to congratulate Chadwick on her second W Series championship.
“She came, she saw, she conquered – two seasons in a row! So excited to present this custom WWE title to Jamie Chadwick, W Series 2021 Champion!”
WWE is followed by more than 11.6 million people on Twitter alone. Its outreach is huge and to honour Chadwick with such a grand gesture will only continue to propel the W Series into the spotlight.
WWE has produced some incredible wrestling talent over the years – some who are still competing with the company now. The likes of Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch are trailblazers in women’s wrestling and now a whole new generation has taken to the ring.
Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, and Nikki A.S.H are just a few female WWE superstars who continue to inspire young boys and girls around the world. There’s a similar philosophy in the W Series.
As the biggest all-female racing series, the drivers in the championship are huge role models for young girls and women.
Abbi Pulling, who is just 18 years of age, made the step up from academy driver to secure four starts on Grands Prix weekends this year.
She earned her first pole position start during the double-header finale weekend and rounded off the season with her first ever podium finish.
Chadwick is the first and only woman to win a W Series title. After marking her inaugural victory in 2019, the 2020 season was curtailed due to the coronavirus pandemic. But despite the year out, the Brit returned to the track in impeccable form and achieved back-to-back title wins.
Her achievement this year also banks her 15 FIA super licence points, which will count towards a spot on the Formula 1 roster.
A total of 40 super licence points are needed before a driver can compete in F1 and 25 points are required to take part in a practice session.
The dream of racing as part of the world’s biggest single seater series is inching closer for Chadwick, and even WWE is celebrating just how huge a move this is for women’s sport.