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Jamie Chadwick
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Driver Details
Nationality Flag of the United Kingdom.png British
P.o.B. Flag of the United Kingdom.png Bath, Somerset, UK
D.o.B. 20 May 1998
Date of Death Unknown
Début Flag of Saudi Arabia.png 2021 Desert X-Prix
Final Race
Best
First Win Unknown
Former Teams Unknown
Formula E Career
Entries 1 (0 Starts)
Wins 0
Finals 0
Total Points 4
Podiums 0
Current Season
Team Flag of the United Kingdom.png Veloce Racing
Number Standings Points
5 9th 4

Jamie Laura Chadwick (born 20 May 1998 in Bath, Somerset, UK) is a British racing driver, who competes in the 2021 Extreme E Championship with Veloce Racing, partnering Stéphane Sarrazin.[1] A winner and Champion in various junior categories, Chadwick joined XE having previously tested for two teams in the FIA Formula E Championship, and would be one of the first drivers to sign up to XE's Drivers Programme.[2]

Background

Chadwick began karting at the age of eleven, and duly secured her fist racing seat in 2013 after winning a scholarship for the Ginetta Junior Championship.[3] Racing alongside her brother, Chadwick would go on to finish tenth in her maiden campaign, before improving to eighth the following season, claiming five podium finishes.[3] In 2015 Chadwick moved into the British GT Championship, partnering Ross Gunn in the GT4 Class.[3]

A Champion's Challenge: 2015 - 2019

Chadwick and Gunn would go on to claim the GT4 Championship in British GT, making her the first female and the youngest ever Champion in British GT's history.[3] 2016 saw her remain in British GT, but a bounce between teams and classes meant she did not have a chance to defend her title.[3] She would also debut in the VLN with Aston Martin, claiming a third place finish on her debut.[3]

2017 saw Chadwick retain her partnership with Aston Martin, although she switched her focus to single seaters and the British Formula 3 Championship, finishing ninth.[3] She subsequently made history by becoming the first woman to win a British F3 race during 2018, a result which moved her into eighth in the Championship in her second season.[3] 2018 also saw Chadwick test for NIO in the FIA Formula E Championship, while also open a campaign in the MRF Challenge.[3]

Chadwick once again made history in MRF Challenge, claiming six victories to become the first woman to win the Championship.[3][4] She also competed in three rounds in the F3 Asian Championship, signed as an official junior driver of Aston Martin, and secured a development driver role with the Williams F1 Team.[3][5][6]

In 2019 Chadwick would claim the inaugural W Series championship, defeating [7]

Extreme E History

Chadwick was one of the original inductees to the Extreme E driver programme, announced after the official unveiling of the Extreme E Championship in 2019.[2] The British racer would subsequently secure one of the two seats at the Veloce Racing squad for the inaugural 2021 season, partnered by Stéphane Sarrazin.[1]

Full Extreme E Record

Shown below are a series of tables outlining Jamie Chadwick's career in Extreme E in statistical form.

Extreme E Entries

The list below includes all of the teams and cars, as well as overall finishing positions for Jamie Chadwick during their FE career:

Jamie Chadwick's Overall Extreme E Record
Year Entrant No. Car Pos. Pts.
2021 Flag of the United Kingdom.png Veloce Racing[1] 5 Spark Odyssey 21

Career Results

Below is a table showing Jamie Chadwick's full Extreme E record.

Extreme E Championship Record
Year Rounds Pos. Pts.
1 2 3 4 5
2021 Flag of Saudi Arabia.png Flag of Senegal.png Flag of Greenland.png Flag of Brazil.png Flag of Argentina.png 9th 4
Q R Q R Q R Q R Q R
9th DNS

References

Videos and Images:

References:

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named JCha21A
  2. 2.0 2.1 'Extreme E reveals world-class Drivers’ Programme', extreme-e.com, (Extreme E, 12/09/2019), https://www.extreme-e.com/en/news/35_Extreme-E-reveals-world-class-Drivers-Programme.html, (Accessed 12/09/2019)
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 'Jamie Chadwick', driverdb.com, (Driver Database, 2020), https://www.driverdb.com/drivers/jamie-chadwick/, (Accessed 07/04/2020)
  4. Tuhin Guha, 'FIRST LADY: JAMIE CHADWICK ON HER MRF CHALLENGE 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE', overdrive.in, (Overdrive, 09/03/2019), http://overdrive.in/news-cars-auto/features/first-lady-jamie-chadwick-on-her-mrf-challenge-2019-championship-title/, (Accessed 07/04/2020)
  5. Jamie Klein, 'Chadwick signed as Aston Martin junior driver', motorsport.com, (Motorsport Network, 17/04/2019), https://www.motorsport.com/gt/news/chadwick-aston-martin-young-driver/4372101/, (Accessed 07/04/2020)
  6. 'JAMIE CHADWICK JOINS WILLIAMS RACING DRIVER ACADEMY', williamsf1.com, (Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited, 20/05/2019), https://www.williamsf1.com/news/2019/05/jamie-chadwick-joins-williams-racing-driver-academy, (Accessed 07/04/2020)
  7. [Archived] 'Brands Hatch, UK', wseries.com, (W Series Limited, 2019), https://web.archive.org/web/20190506194151/https://wseries.com/races/brands-hatch/, (Accessed 03/04/2020) - Original
2021 Extreme E Championship
Entrants
Abt Cupra XEAcciona Sainz XE TeamAndretti United Extreme EHispano-Suiza Xite Energy TeamJBXERosberg X RacingSegi TV Chip Ganassi RacingTeam X44Veloce Racing
Manufacturers
Spark Racing TechnologiesContinental
Cars
Spark Odyssey 21
Drivers
5 Jamie Chadwick/Stéphane Sarrazin6 Johan Kristoffersson/Molly Taylor22 Jenson Button/Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky23 Timmy Hansen/Catie Munnings42 Oliver Bennett/Christine Giampaoli Zonca44 Cristina Gutiérrez/Sébastien Loeb55 Carlos Sainz/Laia Sanz99 Kyle LeDuc/Sara Price125 Mattias Ekström/Claudia Hürtgen
X-Prix
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