Williams Development Driver Susie Wolff insists that she still has a lot to prove ahead of her F1 practice debut later this season, following her first outing for the team in 2014 at the post-Spanish Grand Prix test. Wolff had her first taste of the 2014 Williams – the FW36 – on Wednesday, completing 55 laps on the way to fifth fastest overall, with a best time of 1:27.280.
The Scottish racer is expected to make her official Formula One debut during free practice at the British Grand Prix in July, becoming the first woman to take part in a F1 session since Giovanna Amati in 1992.
“It was a difficult start to the day with a different car to drive, you have to think a lot more...
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