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Topic - Susie Wolff
Susie Wolff will become the first woman in 22 years to compete in a Formula One event during the upcoming season as she chases a chance to race for Williams.
Showing no signs of exhaustion despite completing the equivalent of almost two grand prix races, Susie Wolff had one final job in the Silverstone heat on Friday.
Susie Wolff will gain further experience in Williams' Formula One car this week when she takes part in testing at Silverstone.
From the moment Susie Wolff first got into her Williams car, she heard the snickers from those questioning whether women belong in Formula One.
Susie Wolff is just the fourth woman in a decade to drive a Formula One car. She dedicated her first experience to Maria de Villota, who lost the sight in her right eye in a crash in July.
Wolff says "We were in contact a couple of weeks ago and she told me to drive for the both of us now, that I would be out there representing us both."
"I chose the second one," she said. "There will always be the comments. There always will be stereotypes that women can't drive. When I hear the comments, it just makes me more determined to prove them wrong."