Chadwick has appeared at Goodwood before, taking to the famous hillclimb at the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard in 2021, ’22 and ‘23. Her star turns at Goodwood have featured her at the wheel of a variety of cars, including Keke Rosberg’s 1982 F1 world championship-winning Williams FW08.
Since beginning her professional racing career in 2013, she won her first title in 2015 when she triumphed in the GT4 class of the British GT Championship. She claimed the MRF Challenge Formula 2000 title in 2019 by winning six races, alongside work as a test driver for the NIO Formula E team.
That year also saw the introduction of W Series, which Chadwick immediately dominated. She went on to win all three editions of the championship in 2019, ’21 and ’22, winning five of the seven races in the final year before its demise following funding issues.
She was Development Driver for the Williams F1 team from 2020-2022 before she made the switch to Indy NXT for the 2023 season. She finished 12th in the championship, scoring a best finish of sixth in Portland, and is to return in 2024 with the Andretti team.
“I have great memories of Goodwood as the place where I first drove a Formula 1 car a couple of years ago at the Festival of Speed,” said Chadwick.
“I’m looking forward to getting to grips with the high-speed circuit and having some fun out on track, especially in a Ford Mustang!”
The 81st Members Meeting will also see a big welcome for the four new House Captains. Tom Kristensen, Dario Franchitti, Andy Priaulx and Gordon Shedden will be fighting for the chance to lift the House Shield on Sunday evening.