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Wolff: Steep learning curve

Susie Wolff says her first test in the FW36 was a day of learning as she had to adapt to the new 2014 power units. Although the Williams test driver is no stranger to a Formula 1 car, Wednesday's outing in Barcelona was her first time driving under the new regulations. As such the 31-year-old had to adjust to a new way of driving. Wolff, who caused a red flag when she spun into the gravel at Turn 10, completed 55 laps and finished fifth on the timesheets. Her 1:27.280 was 2.409s slower than Pastor Maldonado's P1 time in the Lotus. "This was my first opportunity to drive the FW36 and I learnt a lot about how to drive these new look cars which are very different to previous...
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