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2010 F1 Drivers’ line up for Jerez

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Eleven of this season’s thirteen teams will be attendance in Spain for the second to last pre-season test drive, regardless of doubts of terrible climate condition in the Jerez area. Teams have declared their drivers for every one of the 4 days of testing and fans will acquire a hint of Lotus F1, subsequent the car’s initiate on Friday. Malaysian test driver Fairuz Fauzy will take the car for its initial run on Wednesday, but fears unmoving enclose the hope of US F1 and Campos Meta who have yet to initiate their cars.

Vodafone McLaren F1 has listed Button to drive on Wednesday and Thursday, with Lewis Hamilton captivating over for the final two days. Mercedes GP will similarly its two drivers, with Schumacher opening work on Wednesday.

The Red Bull racing will pasture Vettel for the first two days, followed by Mark Webber who will terminate the work at Jerez. Williams, Renault, Ferrari, Sauber and Toro Rosso will also divide the days similarly. Rubens Barrichello, Felipe Massa, Pedro de la Rosa, Vitaly Petrov and Sebastien Buemi will start work on the first two days before handing over to their co-driver. The Force India and the fresh Lotus F1 team will equally give track time to their test drivers. Paul di Resta will start work on Wednesday morning for Force India before Adrian Sutil takes over in the afternoon. Tonio Liuzzi will drive on Friday and Saturday. Heikki Kovalainen will get his first taste of the new Lotus on Thursday after Fauzy has fulfilled a quake down. Jarno Trulli will finish the test on Saturday.

The new team Virgin F1, which suffered trouble to its timetable previous week after a front-wing collapse, has yet to declare its driver line up.

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