A matter of hours after revealing that it had sent a container of equipment to Bahrain for the opening round of the F1 season, Stefan GP has now revealed plans for the launch and first test of its car in Portugal.
While it doesn't have an entry for the 2010 season, the Serbian outfit continues to push ahead with its plans and has revealed that the Stefan S-01 will hit the track for three days of running at Portimao at the end of the month.
A presentation of the car, which the team says has been developed by Stefan GP with technical support from Toyota, will be held prior to the test. The engine, serviced by Toyota, will be badged as the Stefan RG-01.
A statement from the team revealed that it will test two drivers during the three days or running, the first of which has two years experience of F1.
The logical choice for that driver would appear to be ex-Williams driver Kazuki Nakajima thanks to his Toyota links, although the team has only stated that the 'identity of the drivers will be announced in due course'.