Tag Archives: Susie Wolff

Hill Doubts Women Could Be Competitive In F1

(Lotus F1 Team)

Former Formula One world champion and former BRDC President Damon has weighed in on the debate about female drivers competing in Formula One by controverially saying that he does not believe that a competive female driver will race in Formula One in his lifetime. The 1996 world champion made his comments as he celebrated 20 years since his won the […]

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IndyCar Leading The Way When It Comes Equality In Motorsport

Full steam ahead for Beth Paretta and Grace Autosport for the 500

Formula One is often referred to as the pinnacle of motorsport and when it comes to technology it is however when it comes to equality it most certainly is not. The Verizon IndyCar Series on the other other hand has been a leading force when it comes to gender equality. There have been many female drivers in the sport who […]

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Brundle Wants To See At Least One Female Driver Racing In F1 Before He Retires


Sky Sports F1 commentator Martin Brundle is hopeful that he will get to commentate Grand Prix with a least one female driver competing before he retires. The former Grand Prix driver enters his 21st season as a Formula One commentator having worked with ITV, BBC and is now with Sky Sports. The highly respected commentator and journalist took to Twitter […]

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Susie Was Good Enough To Race For A Midfield F1 Team


Head of Mercedes Benz motorsport Toto Wolff has spoken publicly for the first time about his wife Susie’s decision to retire from motorsport. Wolff drove for the Williams Martini Racing Team in four Free Practice session’s during her time as the outfit’s development driver and test driver before being overlooked for the role of reserve driver with the Grove based […]

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