Susie Wolff – born 6 December 1982 – is a retired British racing driver, who now works as a analyst for Channel 4’s F1 Coverage.
Her parents, John and Sally Stoddart, owned a motorcycle dealership in Oban and her father raced bikes competitively. She progressed through the ranks of motorsport, starting off in karting, then moving up to Formula Renault and Formula Three before moving to the DTM to compete for Mercedes-Benz.
In 2012, she was signed by the Williams Formula One team to work as a development driver and in November 2015 announced her retirement from F1 and from all motorsport after the end of season Race of Champions at the end of November.
She lives in Ermatingen, Switzerland, with her husband Toto Wolff, executive director of the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team since 21 January 2013. The two were married in October 2011.
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