The "W" series seems to have gone quiet after all the initial hype.
Full speed ahead to find the best woman driver, with a view to helping her compete against men in F1 in years to come, with Alexander Wurz and David Coulthard pushing that pedal flat to the floorboards. Many women already competing on an equal footing with men are just not sure that the "W" series has any wheels or legitimacy as it is clearly sexist and discriminator.
Women have competed against men equally in Motorsport with varying degrees of success over the years and the Observer article 23/12 at least shows how society's view of that has changed over the decades.
I'm wondering on Christmas Day (goodwill to all men etc) if we are to have a women in F1, simply because she is a woman, how Coulthard would feel if she took an F1 seat from his son Dayton, who might be a better driver, but the wrong gender?