Susie Wolff

Susie Wolff ( born December 6, 1982 in Oban, Scotland as Susie Stoddart ) is a British racing driver. She went from 2006 to 2012 in the DTM for Mercedes -Benz.

  • 3.1 Career stations
  • 3.2 Individual results in the DTM


Beginnings in motorsport (1996-2005)

Wolff started her motorsport career in karting in 1996, where she was elected to the British Kart driver of the years 1996 to 2000. In 1997, she took first place in each of the 24hr Middle East Kart Championship and the Scottish Junior Intercontinental A Karting Championship. 1998 followed the tenth place in the British Junior Intercontinental A Karting Championship and the eleventh in the European Intercontinental Junior -A- Kart Championship. In Formula A Karting World Championship 2000 Wolff reached the 15th place.

In 2000, Wolff gave her formula racing debut in the British Formula Ford, where they took to several races. In 2002 Wolff in the British Formula Renault. After they had occupied the 18th place overall in their first season, they improved in 2003 with a podium finish in ninth place in the overall standings. She was chosen this season for the BRDC Rising Star. They also came into the final round of the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award, with which her teammate Alex Lloyd, vice-champion had become, was excellent. 2004 Wolff denied their third season in the British Formula Renault. While with Westley Barber again her teammate won the runner-up, she was with three podium finishes fifth in the championship. This season, she came again in the final round of the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.

2005 Wolff subsequently moved to the British Formula 3 championship to Alan Docking Racing. She scored in its first race in ninth points. After two races, their engagement ended, however, due to an ankle injury. The Championships, she finished in 18th place in the course of the year, it launched twice in the British Porsche Carrera Cup.

DTM (2006-2012)

In 2006, Wolff in touring car racing and started for Mücke Motorsport in the DTM. She received a two year old model of the AMG -Mercedes C-Class. A ninth place in the season finale at the Hockenheimring was their best finish. 2007 Wolff remained in mosquito and re-entered in a two- year-old model of the AMG -Mercedes C-Class. In the first race of the season at the Hockenheimring, she was involved in a serious accident with Tom Kristensen. While Kristensen had to pause, Wolff was uninjured. With a tenth place at Mugello as the best result she also ended her second DTM season pointless.

2008 Wolff joined Persson Motorsport and was the first time a one year old vehicle, a so-called year-old car. So they had the same technical requirements as their team mate Gary Paffett and Mathias Lauda. In contrast to their teammates Wolff remained in this season with no points. My best result was a tenth place at the Norisring. In 2009, Wolff again no points. While two tenth places were their best rankings, her team-mate Jamie Green won a race and finished the season off on the seventh championship ranking.

2010 received Wolff and Green with Cong Fu Cheng another teammate. All three were given a year's car the AMG -Mercedes C-Class. At the third race of the season on the Euro Speedway Lausitz you reach seventh place and thus the 44th race, the first points in the DTM. In the ninth race on the Hockenheimring she repeated that placement. The Championships, she finished in 13th place overall and had Cheng in the overall standings behind. With Green, who won a race this year, however, they could not keep up again. 2011 Wolff denied its fourth season for Persson. At the end of the season she was with an eleventh place as best result with no points.

2012 Wolff drove again for the Mercedes team Persson in the DTM. She received a DTM AMG Mercedes C-Coupé for the first time an actual vehicle. At the end of the season was a twelfth place their best result. She was beaten by all team mates. Wolff ended her DTM career at the end of the season. In addition, Wolff 2012 worked as a development driver for Williams F1 in Formula 1.

2013 and 2014 remained Wolff as a test driver at Williams. 2014, it will also take part in Friday practice.


Susie Stoddart married her fiancé Toto Wolff on the third weekend in October 2011 and assumed his last name.


Career stations

  • 2005: British Formula 3 ( 18th place)
  • 2005: British Porsche Carrera Cup
  • 2006: DTM
  • 2007: DTM
  • 2008: DTM
  • 2009: DTM
  • 2010: DTM ( 13th place)
  • 2011: DTM
  • 2012: DTM
  • 2012: Formula 1 (test driver )
  • 2013: Formula 1 (test driver )
  • 2014: Formula 1 (test driver )

Individual results in the DTM