Why aren't there more women in F1?

Williams development driver Susie Wolff says she has experienced prejudice in her racing career but the number of women working in Formula 1 is gradually increasing.

The Scot believes women's ability to multi-task is an advantage in the sport and she is just as aggressive as her male colleagues on the track.

Wolff, who races in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM) and signed for Williams earlier this year, believes there will be a female F1 driver "within the next decade".

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