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Issue 01


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If you didn’t already know about her, you will now. Motorsports’ leading lady and current W Series champion is on a roll with five wins in a row leading into Silverstone weekend. Earlier this year, she represented GB in the 2022 Race of Champions alongside racing legend David Coulthard.

She has signed with newly established Jenner Racing, owned by Olympic gold medalist Caitlyn Jenner, and is also signed with Williams Racing as a development driver. With the W Series now being televised on Sky Sports, Jamie is making big strides in her career.

She talks to us about navigating a path thus-far untravelled for women in motorsports in recent times, performing under pressure, and the what is needed for her to step up to F2. 

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Jamie, do you have the coolest job in the world?

Oh, I wouldn’t say so. Other people think that, but there are other cooler jobs, I’m sure. The best thing about my job is being around great people and having a chance to do the thing I love most as a job. I think if you enjoy what you’re doing, it makes work that bit easier. And I love racing cars, so I’m very lucky.

People who don’t already follow motorsports will likely have heard of Formula 1, can you introduce our readers to the broader background of motorsports?

When most people think of motorsport, they think of Formula 1, which of course is the pinnacle of the sport. It’s the highest level that you can compete at. There are many junior feeder series that you have to compete in to be eligible for a seat in Formula 1; F2, F3, F4, and the W Series which is an all-female competition that also sits within that framework. Aside from Formula racing, there’s many other different disciplines in the sport such as off-road racing, and endurance racing. For me, the ultimate goal is to get to Formula 1. I’m competing in the W Series at the moment and looking to progress through the feeder series pathway.

Read Jamie's full interview in Issue 01 of Club71

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