Susie Wolff first female to compete in Race of Champions
Susie Wolff first female to compete in Race of Champions

The Race Of Champions is to feature its first female competitor as Williams F1 development driver Susie Wolff has signed up for the 2014 edition at the Bushy Park Circuit in Barbados on December 13-14.

Susie Wolff`s drive ends in early disappointment

Susie Wolff`s bid to make a mark as the first woman to take part in a Grand Prix weekend for 22 years ended prematurely on Friday when her Williams car suffered an engine failure.

Wolff adds female face to Friday F1 practice

Susie Wolff will accelerate out of the Silverstone pitlane on Friday to become the first woman driver in 22 years to take part in a grand prix weekend.

Female driver Wolff to race at Silverstone

Susie Wolff will on Friday become the first woman in 22 years to drive a Formula One racing car in an official competitive session when she takes the wheel of a Williams in the opening practice for Sunday`s British Grand Prix.

Susie Wolff waiting to become first woman in 22 years to make F1 line-up

Williams development driver Susie Wolff is reportedly waiting to make history by becoming the first woman driver in 22 years to make it into the line-up for a Formula 1 weekend.

Susie Wolff to drive in F1 Friday practice sessions

Susie Wolff will become the first woman driver in 22 years to take part in a Formula One Grand Prix weekend this season after Williams said the Scot would be on track for them in two free practice sessions later this year.

Simona becomes second woman racer associated with F1 team

Swiss driver Simona De Silvestro has reportedly become the second female racer associated with a Formula One team following her joining Sauber with the aim of racing in 2015.

Wolff hoping to become first F1 driver since `70s with full test at Silverstone

Susie Wolff became the first female to take part in a meaningful run in an F1 car in more than 20 years, and was reportedly three seconds off the pace of Sebastian Vettel`s leading lap time for Red Bull.

Williams hand development role to woman racer

Former Formula One champions Williams named Susie Wolff, the wife of team shareholder and director Toto, as their development driver on Wednesday.