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David Coulthard calls on F1 to close gender gap and urges drivers to take inspiration from late sister Lynsay ahead of W Series David Coulthard believes drivers should be inspired by his sister Lynsay His sister, who was a successful karter and gifted driver, passed away in 2013 Eighteen drivers will take part in all-female W Series at Hockenheim on Saturday

By Jonathan McEvoy for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:31 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 23:39 BST, 3 May 2019

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David Coulthard has cited his late sister Lynsay as an inspiration to the 18 drivers who start out in the new all-female W Series on Saturday.

Lynsay died in 2013 aged 35, leaving behind a baby daughter. Known to the family as 'Super Chick', Lynsay was a successful karter as a girl and, according to Coulthard, a more gifted driver than him.

'She was just naturally quick — quicker than me,' said the 13-time Grand Prix winner ahead of the inaugural W Series race at Hockenheim.

David Coulthard believes drivers should be inspired by his late sister Lynsay

David Coulthard believes drivers should be inspired by his late sister Lynsay

'My older brother,

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