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Complete W Series 2025 Calendar and Session Schedule

Changes and announcements tracker to the 2025 calendar.

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As of 2023, the W Series has been cancelled.

From 2023 forward, it will be replaced by the F1 Academy: an all-female single-seater racing championship founded directly by Formula One organization.

To see the calendar of the spiritual successor, a full F1 Academy calendar for 2023 and onwards can be found here.

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If you're interested in the technical details [source]:

15 cars will take part in the season, with ART, Campos Racing, Carlin, MP Motorsport and Prema already announced as the five teams contesting the championship.

F1 Academy will run on Formula 4 level, using a Tatuus T421 chassis mated to a 165bhp Autotecnica engine. Pirelli will be the official tyre supplier, as with F1 and its other support categories.

As of today, the event calendar for the upcoming 2025 season is still being finalized. While the organizers and promoters are working tirelessly to provide an exciting schedule for our fans, it is still too early to make any promises at this time.

We understand the enthusiasm and anticipation from our fans and partners, and we appreciate their patience as we work to create an event calendar that meets the highest standards of quality and safety. We remain committed to delivering an exceptional motorsport experience and look forward to sharing updates on the upcoming season as they become available.

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W Series is a free-to-enter championship, launched in October 2018, that provides equal opportunities for women and eliminates the financial barriers that have historically prevented them from progressing to the upper echelons of motorsport.

W Series drivers are selected purely on their ability and the series’ cars are mechanically identical, which means that W Series races and championships will be won by the most talented drivers, rather than those with the wealthiest backers.

The more high-profile female role models it can create, the more W Series believes it will inspire young girls to go karting, bringing more females into the grassroots of the sport. Central to W Series’ mission is the idea that if you can see it, you can be it.

This year W Series will race alongside Formula 1 at eight Grand Prix weekends.

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