Susie Wolff must've thought "oh no, not again" during the first few minutes of FP1 in Germany, but the morning turned out to be a decent one for her.
The Williams test driver lasted only a handful of laps at her previous outing at Silverstone and she was slow out of the blocks at Hockenheim on Friday morning as well and found herself limping around the track on her first lap.
However, this time it was only a software glitch and the problem was fixed by the Williams mechanics, allowing her to return to the circuit.
She went on to complete 22 laps and her time of 1:20.769 was the 15th best of the morning and only two tenths of a second slower than that of her team-mate Felipe...
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