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F1 2018 First Pre-Season Testing: Driver Line-ups

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Formula One 2018 new machines will be show their paces when they touch to the track for four days of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. The opening round of pre-season testing curtain down on 1st March before resuming in Barcelona from 6-9 March – the second and final pre-season test.

Twenty drivers on the current Formula 1 grid will be in action during next week’s four-day pre-season test and this time we’ll have seen how new Halo in to their 2018 car and open-cockpit racing in F1, as we knew it, will be a thing of the past.

Williams the first team confirmed their line-up for the opening Barcelona test with Robert Kubica handed two sessions in the FW41. While Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin will share the driving duties.
Red Bull also confirmed the testing duties, Daniel Ricciardo will run the RB14 on days one and three with Max Verstappen testing on Tuesday and Thursday… more will updates after team’s confirmation

 Day OneDay TwoDay ThreeDay Four
MercedesBottas & HamiltonTBCTBCTBC
FerrariKimi RaikkonenSebastian VettelKimi RaikkonenSebastian Vettel
Red BullDaniel RicciardoMax VerstappenDaniel RicciardoMax Verstappen
Force IndiaNikita MazepinEsteban OconSergio PerezNicholas Latifi
McLarenFernando AlonsoStoffel VandoorneFernando AlonsoStoffel Vandoorne
RenaultHulkenberg & SainzSainz & HulkenbergHulkenberg & SainzSainz & Hulkenberg
WilliamsStroll & SirotkinSirotkin & KubicaStroll & KubicaSirotkin & Stroll
Toro RossoBrendon HartleyPierre GaslyBrendon HartleyPierre Gasly
Haas F1Romain GrosjeanKevin MagnussenRomain GrosjeanKevin Magnussen
Alfa Romeo SauberMarcus EricssonCharles LeclercMarcus EricssonCharles Leclerc

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