Williams test driver Susie Wolff completed her first run in the team’s 2015 Formula 1 car on Sunday.
Wolff, who became the first woman in over twenty years to take part in a Formula 1 grand prix session at Silverstone last year, was at the wheel of the new FW37 as the Grove-based team completed a filming day at the Jerez circuit.
Teams are allowed two designated filming days a year, but unlike testing are limited to 100km on Pirelli’s promotional tyres.
Both Mercedes and Toro Rosso used filming days to shakedown their 2015 cars ahead of the opening test at Jerez.
Wolff will next drive the FW37 at the second pre-season test at Barcelona later this month.
This article first appeared on Richland F1 – Image courtesy of Williams F1 Team