Susie Wolff, Williams, Silverstone, 2014

2014 British Grand Prix Friday in Tweets

2014 British Grand Prix

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Susie Wolff, Williams, Silverstone, 2014Susie Wolff’s practice debut was the main talking point of Friday at Silverstone, as she became the first female driver to take part in an official Formula One weekend since 1992.

Here are the day’s highlights from Twitter.

First practice

Mercedes marked the 60th anniversary of their first F1 victory in surprising fashion.

Wolff’s day did not go to plan as her running ended after merely a few laps.

Both Williams cars were out of practice as Felipe Massa crashed soon thereafter.

Daniel Juncadella was happy with his first opportunity in a practice session. He was in Nico Hulkenberg’s car in the morning.

Second practice

After the action

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