Women Drivers who entered Formula One Championship since the inception of World Championship in 1950 are countable. Maria Teresa Filippis holding the title of the first woman to race in Formula One making her First entry in 1958 Monaco Grand Prix.
Susie Wolff is the sixth and the last women driver to have entered formula one. She started in 2014 while announcing her retirement in 2015.
Divina Galica was an International skier whorepresented Great Britain at the Winter Olympics of 1964, 1968 and 1972. Herinterest in motor racing started in 1974 when she impressed in a celebrity FordEscort race at Oulton Park in 1974. She finished second that day and embarkedon a racing career with the support of Brands Hatch owner John Webb.
Date of Birth: August 13, 1944
Place of Birth: Bushey, United Kingdom
First entry: 1976 British Grand Prix
Podium finishes: 1
She is the only woman to win Formula One race. She won the British Aurora F1 Championship at Brands Hatch in 1980.
1980 British Grand Prix – did not qualify
Entered Indianapolis 500 in 1982 – did not qualify.
Date of Birth: November 26, 1953
Place of Birth: Brakpan, SouthAfrica
Spouse: Alan Wilson (m. 1975)
Parents: Charlie Randall
First entry: 1980 British Grand Prix
Born : November 26, 1953
Country : South Africa
Current Competition :Not Active
Race Win Percentage :2.78%
Podium Percentage :10.19%
She is the last female driver who entered the Formula One World Championship. She participated in three races of 1992 for Brabham-Juddbut did not qualify any.
Susie Wolff became first woman to enter Formula One racing after Amati in 2014.
Date of Birth: July 20, 1959
Place of Birth: Rome, Italy
Last entry: 1992 Brazilian Grand Prix
First entry: 1992 South African Grand Prix
Parents: Giovanni Amati, Anna Maria Pancani
Suzanne “Susie Wolff” was formerly test driver at Williams. Made her on-track debut in Free Practice at British Grand Prix 2014.
Drove in the first session at German Grand Prix 2014
Susie Wolff is the only female driver to participate
in Grand Prix after Giovanna Amati in 1992.
4 November 2015 she announced her retirement from F1.