Line-up for this week’s Silverstone F1 test

Line-up for this week’s Silverstone F1 test


1026LB1D1452Following yesterday’s enthralling British Grand Prix, the eleven Formula 1 teams will now turn their attention to the post-race test at Silverstone on Tuesday and Wednesday.

A number of the teams have elected to step their full-time race drivers down for the test, with Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button, Esteban Gutierrez, Romain Grosjean, Nico Hulkenberg, Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson all taking no part.

Kimi Raikkonen will also miss the test to give him time to recover from his horror shunt during yesterday’s British Grand Prix. The Finn will be fit to take part in the German Grand Prix in two weeks’ time though. Marussia driver and Ferrari driver academy member Jules Bianchi will step in for him.

Silverstone Test Line-Up (July 8-9 2014)

Tuesday 8th July

Mercedes – Nico Rosberg0952CB1D5689
Red Bull – Daniel Ricciardo
Ferrari – Pedro de la Rosa
Williams – Felipe Massa
Force India – Sergio Perez
McLaren – Stoffel Vandoorne
Toro Rosso – TBA
Lotus – Pastor Maldonado
Marussia – Jules Bianchi
Sauber – Adrian Sutil
Caterham – Will Stevens

Wednesday 9th July

Mercedes – Lewis Hamilton
Red Bull – Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari – Jules Bianchi
Williams – Valtteri Bottas
Force India – Daniel Juncadella
McLaren – Kevin Magnussen
Toro Rosso – TBA
Lotus – Charles Pic
Marussia – Max Chilton
Sauber – Giedo van der Garde
Caterham – Rio Haryanto and Julian Leal

We’ll be providing full coverage of the Silverstone test on @RichlandF1, so be sure to join us later this week.

Images courtesy of Octane Photographic.

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