Dreams do come true. At 30, my sister Susie Wolff is a development driver for the Williams Formula One team and had her first F1 test last year. Susie trusted me to film over a year of her racing life for my documentary Driven: The Fastest Woman in the World filmed over a year of Susie's racing life, including her testing for Williams.
With plunging temperatures and bursts of sleet and snow working their way across the UK, making driving conditions at best unpredictable, and at worst, treacherous, tyres are more important than ever. Standard tyres fail to get to grips with the change in conditions. What can be done to combat this and keep us all moving?
For many of us it's not just the rural country roads that are a concern; breaking down in the dark was the biggest single worry for drivers (26 per cent). Although people are concerned, it seems that many (31 per cent) are still not prepared for emergencies in winter, as they fail to keep a shovel, torch, blanket, phone charger and warm clothes in their car.