Susie Wolff's motor racing journey began with her first kart race at the age of eight. Then called Susie Stoddart, she was soon travelling around Europe to karting events with her parents and brother in a truck, returning to Scotland in time for school on Monday morning.
That's the level of commitment required to make it all the way in motor sport, and Susie's dedication and ability was such that she went on to win the British Woman Kart Racing Driver of the Year four times in her teens.
From there it was a natural step to single-seaters, enjoying the road up through British Formula Renault and British Formula 3. But she ended up settling not in open-wheeled racing but in Germany's DTM Touring Car championship, where she competed for seven seasons from 2006 to 2012. In April 2012 Wolff reached motor sport's natural summit of Formula 1 as she sealed the role of development driver for the Williams F1 team. Later becoming Official Test Driver, she made her first F1 race weekend appearances in free practice at Silverstone and Hockenheim in 2014, followed by Barcelona and Silverstone in 2015.
Wolff made her Race Of Champions debut at the 2014 event in Barbados, winning two of her three group races as she partnered David Coulthard to the ROC Nations Cup final for Team Scotland.
2005 British Formula 3 with Alan Docking Racing
2003-2004 Twice finalist in the BRDC McLaren Autosport Young Driver of the Year
2000 Won award for top female kart driver in the world
1996-1999 Four-time British Woman Kart Racing Driver of the Year
Years contested: 2013*, 2014
2013: Reached the final of the ROC Nations Cup for Team Scotland alongside David Coulthard, losing to Team Nordic's Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg