Williams F1 test driver Susie Wolff enters 2015 Race of Champions

Williams Formula 1 test driver Susie Wolff will contest the Race of Champions again this year, joining David Coulthard in Team Scotland

Williams F1 test driver Susie Wolff enters 2015 Race of Champions

Last December the pair, then representing Great Britain, reached the Nations Cup final, where they lost out to Nordic duo Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg.

Wolff went out in the group stages of the individual 2014 competition on the second day.

"Last year was a fantastic experience so I'm delighted to be coming back to the Race of Champions," said Wolff.

"It's a very challenging event, you just go in and try to find the limit as quickly as possible in all the different cars while trying to avoid mistakes - all of it against some of the world's best drivers.

"But it was great to have David as my team-mate last year and even better to reach the final of the ROC Nations Cup."

This year's RoC takes place in London's Olympic Stadium on November 20-21.

Other star names in the 2015 line-up include four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel, grand prix winners Daniel Ricciardo and Felipe Massa, Le Mans 24 Hours winner and F1 racer Nico Hulkenberg, Formula E champion Nelson Piquet Jr and two-time MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo.

2015 RACE OF CHAMPIONS LINE-UP SO FAR

David Coulthard
Mick Doohan
Nico Hulkenberg
Tom Kristensen
Jorge Lorenzo
Felipe Massa
Nelson Piquet Jr
Jason Plato
Daniel Ricciardo
Petter Solberg
Sebastian Vettel
Susie Wolff

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