Wood ready to take on Bathurst

Wood ready to take on Bathurst

28 July 2020

- eSports, Women

The sole Australian in the W Series Esports League, Caitlin Wood, is well placed to maximise her home track advantage when the series heads to Bathurst this week Read More

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W Series cancelled for 2020 due to coronavirus
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Nicholson becomes Carrera Cup Deputy Race Director
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W Series adds F1 support races to 2020 calendar
Increased Williams development role for Chadwick
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Hands-on experience for future female engineers
Margot Foster elected CAMS Vice President
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Eaton lands W Series seat
De Silvestro still hopeful of new Supercars deal
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