GRANOLLERS, Spain (AP) — Susie Wolff is sure that she is good enough to start a Formula One race, even if her chances are slim.

The 32-year-old British driver, who is a development driver for Williams this season, placed 14th in Friday's first practice session at the Spanish Grand Prix.

She will also do one day of post-race testing following next month's Austrian GP and will run in the first practice at the British GP in July.

Wolff says "I 100 percent feel that a woman can compete at this level."

Still, with Adrian Sutil ahead of her as Williams' reserve driver, Wolff knows she has a tough task ahead before becoming the first female racer to compete in a race since Lella Lombardi in 1976.

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