Susie Wolff was the first woman to take part in a Formula 1 race weekend for 22 years, when she drove for Williams in 2014 at the British and German Grand Prix. She has a long and illustrious career in Formula 3 and Formula Renault, and after retiring from Formula 1 she became team principle for Venturi Formula E team. She also partnered with the Motorsport Association to launch 'Dare To Be Different' - a charity aimed at empowering young women to take part in motorsport.
In this episode of Women Tech Charge, Susie talks with Anne Marie about her journey as a female racing driver, from karting to professional racing, and shares her tips for thriving - and winning - in a male-dominated sport.
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