Second half of W Series 2022 kicks off in Hungary heat

The reigning double champion has been on top spot in the W Series standings ever since then. It was at Hungaroring last season that Jamie took her fourth W Series race victory on her 10th start. Apart from this season’s five rookies and Abbi – who, in her role as reserve driver, did not take part in last year’s edition of the race – the other 12 drivers on the W Series grid all competed at the Hungaroring in 2021. British fans can watch the sixth race of the 2022 W Series season live from the Hungaroring on Sky Sports F1, Sky Showcase, and Sky Sports Mix from 13.15 BST on Saturday 30 July, with qualifying live on Sky Sports F1 at 18.10 BST on Friday 29 July. Last year, lots of us struggled with oversteer and it was difficult to overtake so qualifying high up is important if you want to get a good race result. Last year, I honed my technique and my driving improved throughout the weekend, so I’m starting from that point now and hoping for a good race.”.

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