It’s not about separating us from the men, what we want to do is give us another platform to show what we can do and make us better,” she said.
“Then, hopefully in the future, we can go to bigger championships. In the end, I’ve always said the more you can drive the better is. In racing its very expensive and W Series point is to race. I can’t see any reason why not.
“I’m only getting better from it, I’m showing what I can do and many people have changed their minds over the years on it, the most important thing is W Series doesn’t want to separate us from the men, they just want to help us grow and to get better.
“For example, with me they’re supporting my BMW programme and with Jamie (Chadwick) with Williams. They just want us to grow and get higher up.”
With W Series’ 2020 plans out of the window, the all-women series has switched its focus to an online championship instead, with Visser scoring two wins in the first round at Monza.
The 25-year-old added that she hoped W Series could continue to have a positive impact on getting women into motor sport even with the action being online rather than on-track.
“In sim racing it’s the same as real racing, there are definitely less women out there, but we are still able to compete at the same level.
“We’re still quite new to sim racing so we will only get better, it’s the same as in real life. In the end, we need to drive and be fast and then it doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman.”