Susie Wolff remains upbeat about her Formula One future, despite a premature end to her run in opening practice at Silverstone. Wolff became the first woman to compete in an officially timed Formula One session since Giovanna Amati at the 1992 Brazilian Grand Prix.
However, the Scot’s maiden free practice outing with Williams was over after just four laps, Wolff’s car grinding to a halt with an engine failure.
“It’s a terminal problem, the engine was close to the end of its life anyway,” Wolff explained to a reporters following practice.
“Valtteri had his engine failure in Monaco, so we have to be a little bit more aggressive with his engine strategy, and if he'd been in the...
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