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Abu Dhabi Young Driver Test line-up

A full check of who will drive for who during the three day long F1 Young Driver Test at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi
Red Bull:
Jean-Eric Vergne

McLaren:
Oliver Turvey
Gary Paffett

Ferrari:
Jules Bianchi

Mercedes GP:
Sam Bird

Lotus Renault GP:
Rob Wickens
Kevin Korjus
Jan Charouz

Force India:
Max Chilton
Johnny Cecotto Jr

Sauber:
Fabio Leimer
Esteban Gutierrez

Toro Rosso:
Stefano Coletti
Kevin Ceccon

Williams:
Valtteri Bottas
Mirko Bortolotti

Team Lotus:
Rodolfo Gonzalez
Luiz Razia
Alexander Rossi

HRT:
Dani Clos

Marussia Virgin:
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs
Charles Pic
Rob Wickens


Tagged as: Ferrari , Williams , Mclaren , Mercedes , Renault , Lotus

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Twiinz

November 15, 2011 1:54 PM

Out of these, I think Vergne, Bianchi, and Rossi are top teir choices for future rides. Just my opinion. Anyone else have thoughts on who will move up in years to come? Also I hope the testing rules are tweaked over the off season so the young guns can get more time at the wheel. Having them come into F1 without it is just dumb.



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