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Wolff, van der Garde analyse their Hockenheim FP1 Efforts

For the second Formula 1 weekend in a row, the Williams Martini Racing team gave Scot Susie Wolff the opportunity to run in the first practice session, once again taking over the car of Valtteri Bottas. Dutchman Giedo van der Garde, who took over the Sauber of Esteban Gutierrez, joined her on track at Hockenheim. For Wolff, it was a chance to get a decent session of running having ground to a halt early at Silverstone two weeks ago with a power unit failure. Early on it looked as though lightning would strike twice for the Scottish lady as a gearbox issue saw her stuck in gear. However the team were able to fix the car and enable her to run 22 laps and finish fifteenth fastest, only two...
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