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F1 Silverstone in-season test: Full driver line-up

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F1 Silverstone in-season test: Full driver line-up

F1 Silverstone in-season test: Full driver line-up

2016 Formula 1 second in-season test at Silverstone will be on 12th and 13th July 2016, during the week following the British Grand Prix.

Regular F1 drivers’ Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso, Valtteri Bottas, Carlos Sainz Jr, Jolyon Palmer, Rio Haryanto will take part in Formula 1 in-season test at Silverstone.

Red Bull junior Pierre Gasly will take to the wheel of Red Bull RB12, he drove Toro Rosso in the first in-season test at Barcelona in May.

Bottas and development driver Alex Lynn will take to the wheel of the FW38, with the test running over Tuesday and Wednesday.

Russian driver Nikita Mazepin will make his F1 test debut with Force India, Charles Leclerc is set to drive for Ferrari on the opening day and Raikkonen for day two of the test on Wednesday.

McLaren will run Fernando Alonso on Tuesday and reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne takes over for day two.
Alongside their regular running – which will be led by Esteban Ocon – Mercedes will run a 2014-spec car, with Pascal Wehrlein at the wheel, dedicated solely to working for Pirelli as F1’s official tyre supplier concentrates on developing their 2017 tyres. All data from the car will be shared openly with the other teams.

Full Silverstone In-season test line-up

TeamDrivers'
MercedesEsteban Ocon
FerrariCharles Leclerc / Kimi Raikkonen
Red BullPierre Gasly
Williams Valtteri Bottas / Alex Lynn
Force IndiaNikita Mazepin
Toro RossoCarlos Sainz / Sergio Sette Camara
McLaren Fernando Alonso / Stoffel Vandoorne
HaasSantino Ferrucci
Renault Sergey Sirotkin / Jolyon Palmer
ManorRio Haryanto / Jordan King

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