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Wolff happy with her FP1 showing

HOCKENHEIM, July 18, 2014 9f1plus/Graham Keilloh).- In Hockenheim today Susie Wolff just as in Silverstone was given an opportunity to run for Williams in FP1, thus adding to the rare occurrences of a female driving in an official F1 session. And while a fortnight ago she was struck down almost before she started, engine gremlins halting her after just four laps, today she was able to put in a more representative run. What’s more, she impressed with a series of strong lap times, and a best merely around a quarter of a second slower than that of the other Williams driven by Felipe Massa. Afterwards Wolff was happy with her efforts. “Yes, I’m happy with my performance today” she...
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