Susie Wolff has re-joined David Coulthard to reform Team Scotland for this year's Race of Champions at London's Olympic Stadium.

The Williams F1 reserve driver made a successful debut at RoC last year after finishing runner-up with team-mate David Coulthard in the Team competition, losing out to Team Nordic Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg.

The Oban-born driver spent several years competing in DTM before joining Williams in Formula 1 in April 2012 where she is official test driver and has taken part in FP1 sessions in Barcelona and Silverstone this season.

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Wolff says she's delighted to be returning to RoC this year and will be looking to go one better in the team competition this year.

"Last year was a fantastic experience so I'm delighted to be coming back to the Race Of Champions," Wolff said. "It's a very challenging event, you just go in and try to find the limit as quickly as possible in all the different cars while trying to avoid mistakes - all of it against some of the world's best drivers.

"It was great to have David as my team-mate last year and even better to reach the final of the ROC Nations Cup. Now we can hopefully count on some extra support in London so we'll try our best to do it again. I can't wait to get back out there enjoying the adrenalin of racing once more."

RoC Fredrik Johnsson will welcome back Wolff with open arms at this year's event which is being hosted at London's Olympic Stadium on the 20-21 November.

"We're very happy to have Susie back in the field for this year's Race Of Champions," Johnsson said. "Despite the added pressure of being ROC's first ever female competitor she made a very successful debut in Barbados last year as she and David reached the ROC Nations Cup final.

"Now it will be fascinating to see if they can reproduce that kind of form in a venue much closer to home. As the second most 'local' team in action at London's former Olympic Stadium, we trust the two of them will receive plenty of support as they aim to repeat the feat."