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Women in F1: Do they have a chance?

Prompted by the awful fate that befell Maria De Villota last week, Tony Dodgins sat down with Williams development driver Susie Wolff to discuss her own plans and F1 driving opportunities for women

Formula 1 was in the headlines for all the wrong reasons pre-weekend. There was Maria de Villota's awful accident at Duxford Airfield while testing the Marussia, and Silverstone's weather-induced logistical nightmare on Friday.

The sporting airwaves were then taken over by Andy Murray fever. As we travelled into the circuit early on Saturday, the announcer began with, "After a 74-year wait, a British man has finally..."

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