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Line-up rundown for this week’s Formula One test at Silverstone

Jul 7, 2014, 7:44 PM EDT

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Formula One isn’t quite done with Silverstone just yet, as all 11 teams will be in attendance over the next couple of days for testing at the home of the British Grand Prix.

With Marussia’s Jules Bianchi getting the call to replace the dinged-up Kimi Raikkonen for Ferrari on Wednesday, the driver lineup for the test is now set.

As we’ve reported leading up to the test, multiple reserves and young drivers will be getting an opportunity for seat time.

One of them, Lotus reserve Charles Pic, will have an important task on Wednesday as he’ll test Pirelli’s 18-inch tires – which could help make the sport more road-relevant in the future if they gain acceptance from the teams.

We’ll keep an eye on Silverstone tomorrow and Wednesday here on MotorSportsTalk. But for now, here’s a rundown of which drivers will be in the cockpit on both days.

RED BULL
Tuesday – Daniel Ricciardo; Wednesday – Sebastian Vettel

MERCEDES
Tuesday – Nico Rosberg; Wednesday – Lewis Hamilton

FERRARI
Tuesday – Pedro de la Rosa; Wednesday – Jules Bianchi

LOTUS
Tuesday – Pastor Maldonado; Wednesday – Charles Pic

McLAREN
Tuesday – Stoffel Vandoorne; Wednesday – Kevin Magnussen

FORCE INDIA
Tuesday – Sergio Perez; Wednesday – Daniel Juncadella

SAUBER
Tuesday – Adrian Sutil; Wednesday – Giedo van der Garde

TORO ROSSO
Tuesday – Jean-Eric Vergne; Wednesday – Daniil Kvyat

WILLIAMS
Tuesday – Felipe Massa; Wednesday – Valtteri Bottas

MARUSSIA
Tuesday – Jules Bianchi; Wednesday – Max Chilton

CATERHAM
Tuesday – Will Stevens; Wednesday – Julian Leal/Rio Haryanto

  1. techmeister1 - Jul 7, 2014 at 10:04 PM

    It doesn’t sound like Ferrari has anything to bring to the tests but that they are trying to get on top of their issues by comparing simulator results vs. actual track results for Alonso and de la Rosa. Let’s hope they start moving forward and McLaren also.

    • indycarseries500 - Jul 8, 2014 at 12:40 PM

      From what I’m reading from Mattiacci it sounds like they’ve given up on 2014.

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