(© Ben Johnston 2015)
Williams Martini Racing Team test driver Susie Wolff has stated that she still feels very far away from achieving a race drive in Formula One despite the fact that she is in a competitive team and shown what she can do behind the wheel.
Wolff, who will drive for the team in the opening practice session on Friday morning at the Barcelona Circuit De Catalunya said that when it was announced that former Sauber F1 Team driver Adrian Sutil was appointed as the Grove based outfit’s reserve driver it was a sign to the Scot who has been with Williams since 2012 that she is still far away from achieving a drive in a Formula One Grand Prix.
Wolff is however happy that she will get more time in the car this weekend having already driven the FW37 here during winter testing here in February.
© Ben Johnston 2015