The Williams F1 Team has confirmed that Susie Wolff will retain her role as development driver for the 2014 season and will make her driving debut on a race weekend.
Wolff will complete two first practice sessions at the wheel of the new Mercedes-powered FW36 this season. This means she will become the first female in over two decades to drive in a Formula One Grand Prix session.
She joined Williams in 2012 and has helped to develop the FW34, FW35 as well as its 2014 machine. Alongside her two first practice outings, she will continue to complete simulator work for the Grove-based outfit.
It follows her promising performance at last year's young driver test, which took place at the...
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