Susie Wolff is "nervous" but "ready" as she prepares to break a long F1 drought this week.
At Silverstone, the 31-year-old Scot will be the first female driver in more than two decades to take part in an official grand prix weekend.
She will be driving the Williams in Friday morning practice, and intends to use the opportunity to prove she is up to the task of joining the grid in the near future.
"What is most important for this session is the team," Wolff, whose husband is the Williams team shareholder and Mercedes chief Toto Wolff, told Austria's APA news agency.
"But I am also ambitious. This is my chance to show what I can do. It's an opportunity not...
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