Silverstone test line-up

Tuesday 8th July 2014

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Silverstone test line-up

Silverstone test line-up

There will be no Kimi Raikkonen or Fernando Alonso during the two-day test at Silverstone.

Ferrari have opted to give Raikkonen a break following his heavy shunt at the British GP while two-time World Champion Alonso will spend time in the simulator at Maranello.

Pedro de la Rosa and Jules Bianchi will be in action for the Italian squad while Jenson Button will also be missing for McLaren.

All 11 teams will be in action on Tuesday and Wednesday and they will also dedicate a day to Pirelli tyre testing with Ferrari and Marussia confirming they will set aside time on the first day.

Red Bull and Lotus have confirmed they will do tyre testing on Wednesday and the Enstone squad will also focus on the new 18-inch concept wheels.

Line-ups

Red Bull
Tuesday: Daniel Ricciardo

Wednesday: Sebastian Vettel

Mercedes
Tuesday: Nico Rosberg

Wednesday: Lewis Hamilton

Ferrari
Tuesday: Pedro de la Rosa

Wednesday: Jules Bianchi

Lotus
Tuesday: Pastor Maldonado

Wednesday: Charles Pic

McLaren
Tuesday: Stoffel Vandoorne

Wednesday: Kevin Magnussen

Force India
Tuesday: Sergio Perez

Wednesday: Daniel Juncadella

Sauber
Tuesday: Adrian Sutil

Wednesday: Giedo van der Garde

Toro Rosso
Tuesday: Jean-Eric Vernge

Wednesday: Daniil Kvyat

Williams
Tuesday: Felipe Massa

Wednesday: Valtteri Bottas

Marussia
Tuesday: Max Chilton

Wednesday - Jules Bianchi

Caterham
Tuesday: Will Stevens

Wednesday - Rio Haryanto and Julian Leal

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