Williams has confirmed that Jamie Chadwick will continue to be part of the team’s Formula 1 junior academy in 2022.
Chadwick first joined forces with Williams in 2019, the year she won the inaugural all-female W Series single-seater championship.
The Briton returned to W Series last year for a second season, and successfully defended her title. She also competed in the off-road electric SUV series, Extreme E.
This year, she will race once again in W Series, while also continuing her development programme with Williams.
The Grove-based squad says it will “work closely with Jamie to support her own progression as a driver”, aiding her with preparation for races as well as helping with marketing and media duties.
“I’m delighted to continue working with the Williams team,” Chadwick said.
“I’ve had a lot of support from everyone there throughout the last three years and the simulator work I’ve done has been hugely valuable for my race preparation.
“I’m looking forward to continuing my programme throughout the 2022 season and I know that the team will be cheering me on during my upcoming 2022 W Series campaign.
“I’m really proud to continue representing the Williams name on the grid.”
Williams added two new members to its academy this year, in Formula 3 driver Zak O’Sullivan and Formula 4 racer Oliver Gray.
Also part of the programme is Formula 2 drivers Roy Nissany and Logan Sargeant, as well as Jack Aitken.