W Series reveals racing liveries for 2019 cars

W Series reveals racing liveries for 2019 cars

The W Series has revealed five racing liveries to be used on its cars over the course of the inaugural season of the women-only series, as well as confirming details of the final selection process, which will see the 18-strong grid selected.

After initial selection processes, 28 drivers will head to Almeria, Spain this week for a four-day process, which will see the final selection made.

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The test will also see drivers get their hands on the series’ car for the first time, the Tatuus T-318, with the final selection of 18 to be confirmed on March 28.

W Series Racing Director, Dave Ryan said: “It’ll be much more of a race-focused programme than before.

“Obviously we’ll be recording lap-times, and the drivers’ pace will be important, but we’ll also be looking at their rate of improvement throughout the test, and the ability of each driver to work technically and productively with engineers and mechanics, in addition to their stamina and consistency over longer runs.”

W Series has also revealed five liveries to be used across the campaign in colours yellow, white, blue, black and pink.

The liveries will be adorned with the drivers’ name and national flag, as well as a race number of their choice.