TETBURY'S Jamie Chadwick is one of 10 people to appear in Time Magazine's 'next generation leaders'. 

She appears alongside the likes of actor Florence Pugh, Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf plus drag queen Pattie Gonia. 

In the piece, Time describe Chadwick as someone who is 'changing the face of racing'. 

She told Time: "It's definitely challenging as a young female driver trying to overcome those physical barriers." 

This weekend Chadwick was also part of Sky Sports F1's coverage of the latest Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. 

Chadwick, who the Standard has reported on for many years, will compete in Indy NXT for a second season. 

She became the first woman in over a decade to take part in the competition, achieving 262 points from 14 races in her maiden season.

She told Sky Sports: "I know that taking this experience and confidence into 2024 is going to be massively valuable for us, and I truly feel like part of the family here.

"I can't wait to hit the ground running this winter and see what we can do for next season."