Briton Jamie Chadwick will continue the Williams driver development program for a fifth season in 2023.
The three-time W-Series champion will benefit from “a personalized simulation program to help her progress and provide valuable support to the team’s race preparations,” a statement read.
Chadwick, 24, is racing in the American Indy NXT seriesa feeder category for IndyCars, with Andretti Autosport.
“To continue my relationship with Williams is incredible,” Chadwick said.
“I have had their support since 2019. Having the opportunity to immerse myself in the team and keep this Formula 1 dream alive is very important.”
Williams Sporting Director Sven Smeets said: “Jamie is an incredibly talented driver and an important role model for inspiring the next generation of women in motorsport.”
chadwick won his third W Series title – a women-only championship – in October after the last three races were canceled due to funding issues.
Its move to the Indy NXT Series, which is the second tier of the American IndyCar open-wheel racing format, is a step up in speed from the W Series and includes 14 races, including two on traditional American oval circuits.
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