The reigning champion led every session throughout the weekend to take victory, her second of the season, for Veloce Racing.
She also took the bonus facets for fastest lap, environment a 1m43.611s, while her occasions remained constant throughout the high-tail.
Her design shut puts her back to the pinnacle of the championship standings, with Powell, driving for Racing X, carefully in the back of, with two wins apiece of the four races to this level this season.
W Series Academy driver Nerea Marti took third – her first podium of the series – with teammate Irina Sidorkova in fourth.
2019 runner-up Beitske Visser took fifth for M Forbes Motorsport, with Emma Kimilainen (Ecurie W) in sixth and Puma’s Marta Garcia in seventh.
There became a 10-minute prolong to the launch up of the high-tail while injury to the barriers precipitated by Carlos Sainz’s fracture in Formula 1 qualifying became repaired.
Chadwick held the lead into lap one, despite Powell getting off the line like a flash.
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Sidorkova handed Visser at Turn 3, with the Academy driver though-provoking up into fourth, while Kimilainen and Belen Garcia (Scuderia W) tussled for seventh, with Kimilainen retaining her assign of residing.
Fabienne Wohlwend misplaced the entrance soar of her Bunker Racing automobile after contact on the principle lap, pitting for repairs sooner than she at final retired on lap 11.
Chadwick and Powell had constructed up a solid hole to the comfort of the arena by lap four, with the reigning champion leading by 1.4 seconds, with almost four seconds between Powell and third positioned Marti.
By lap seven, Chadwick had constructed up a 2.4 second result in Powell, with another second between her and Marti.
On the midway designate, with Chadwick continuing to design back to defend up her lead.
Miki Koyama (Sirin Racing) and Ecurie W’s Abbie Eaton made contact in a high-tail for 12th on lap 14, with Koyama almost going off the display screen sooner than sweeping past Eaton to take the assign of residing, albeit with injury to her nostril cone. The incident is determined to be investigated after the high-tail.
Kimilainen and Puma-subsidized Marta Garcia battled for sixth with stunning two minutes of the high-tail time to head, with the more experienced driver almost running off the boulevard sooner than taking the assign of residing.