Next season Formula One's test drivers will have the opportunity to run on grand prix Fridays under a new plans agreed by the teams.
According to the BBC, as of next season Friday's first practice will become a two-hour session up on the current 90 minutes.
Teams will be permitted to run their test drivers during the session and will also be allowed to replace them with the regular driver when they see fit.
Added to that, the teams will be given an extra set of tyres that can only be used during the first 30 minutes of FP1 to encourage running.
"It looks like the format of a Friday at a F1 race will change from next season," revealed BBC Radio 5 live pit-lane reporter Jennie Gow.
"The first session will be extended to two hours to encourage young drivers to get a real run out.
"Teams will get an extra set of tyres, which they can only use in the first 30 minutes of the session. It looks like that rule has been ratified in Singapore."
The changes, however, still have to go before the FIA's World Motor Sport Council later this month.