News Details

Susie Wolff to drive Williams in two FP1 sessions

Williams has confirmed Susie Wolff will be continuing as the team's Development Driver for 2014 in an expanded role that will see her take to the wheel of the Williams Mercedes FW36 in two FP1 sessions this season. Susie joined Williams in April 2012 and has played a valuable role in helping to develop the FW34, FW35, and the new Williams Mercedes FW36. In 2014 Susie will continue to work in the Williams simulator to help further develop the FW36. Driving for Williams in two FP1 sessions this season will see Susie become the first female driver to compete in a Formula One Grand Prix session in over two decades, and builds on her promising performance for Williams in last year's Young...
Full Story »
3y ago from F1Technical.net 0
Share

You May Also Be Interested In...

Wolff to continue as Williams development driver in...

Wolff to continue as Williams development driver in 2014 24 February,...
3y ago from GrandPrix247.com

Wolff continues with Williams

Williams reveals that Susie Wolff will continue as its development driver...
3y ago from Pitpass.com

Wolff to drive in F1 race practices

Britain's Susie Wolff is to take part in two practice sessions at grands...
3y ago from BBC.co.uk

Wolff to take part in two practice sessions

– Williams has confirmed that Susie Wolff will continue as the...
3y ago from GPUpdate.net

Elsewhere On The Network

Popular On MGPToday.com

WorldSBK and BSB now available on Amazon, MotoGP next?

Amazon will now broadcast Eurosport and ITV content, and is in the running...
1d ago from BikeSportNews.com

‘Nicky will be missed by all of us’ - Wayne...

Rainey says Nicky Hayden will be remembered for his work ethic, his...
1d ago from BikeSportNews.com

MotoGP Le Mans: Last-lap crash a mystery for Rossi

Rossi is mystified by the last-lap crash which saw him lose at least 20...
3d ago from BikeSportNews.com

Hayden in critical condition after collision with car...

Ex MotoGP world champion and current Honda World Superbike factory rider...
1w ago from MotoGPFanatic.com

Popular On IndyCarToday.com

Photos: IndyCar's universal 2018 body kit

No description available...
2h ago from GPUpdate.net

IndyCar releases new images of '18 aero

IndyCar’s 2018 universal bodywork is “99 percent” finished...
13h ago from Racer.com

IndyCar reveals new 2018 concept images

ganisers have released several fresh, rendered images of the car that will...
2h ago from GPUpdate.net

OREOVICZ: Five (other) drivers to watch at Indy

Speedcafe.com's IndyCar expert John Oreovicz casts his eye through the...
11h ago from SpeedCafe.com

Popular On TotalWRC.com

Carlos Sainz drives Rally Portugal's Fafe stage with...

Two-time World Rally Champion Spaniard back at the wheel of a rally car on...
19h ago from TheCheckeredFlag...

2017 Vodafone Rally de Portugal – Analysis:...

Sebastian Ogier used all his skill and guile to take an intelligent win in...
19h ago from TheCheckeredFlag...

Vodafone Rally de Portugal: Debrief part 2

Vodafone Rally de Portugal:Debrief part 2 First in a run of four European...
18h ago from WRC.com

Meeke: More work to do

Citroën driver looks for improvement
1d ago from WRC.com

Popular On GunnersToday.com

Arsenal line-up predicted: Arsene Wenger faces key...

Arsenal line-up predicted to face Chelsea in FA Cup final Thu, May 25,...
48m ago from Express.co.uk

Arsene Wenger: 5 Reasons why it might be time for...

It’s no longer news that Arsene Wenger’s(popularly known as ‘Le...
2h ago from ArsenalFever.com

Comments

2014 GPToday.com
GPToday.com is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula One group of companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trade marks of Formula One Licensing B.V.