The programme, described as a no-holds-barred account of her life and work, is directed by her Bafta-nominated brother David Stoddart, 31.
Filmmakers tailed the driver for nine months as they compiled the necessary footage for the show.
"Shooting the film was one of the hardest things I've ever done," said Wolff, who lives in Switzerland. "I'm a fairly private person, so to have my brother follow me for nine months, through some pretty difficult times - let's just say it was a big challenge."
The programme, titled The Fastest Woman In The World, is expected to be shown on BBC Two Scotland in the spring.
A BBC Scotland spokesman said the transmission date has not yet been finalised.