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Barcelona test line-up published

A full rundown of who will drive when during this coming week's four-day test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain
The countdown to F1 2012 continues this week, with the second pre-season test at Barcelona getting underway on Tuesday, February 21.

All the teams, except HRT will be at the Spanish circuit, with ten, including Mercedes, which will unveil its 2012 challenger at the track, running with their new cars. Marussia will be in action, but will use its old car.

The full planned line-up is as follows:

Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel - February 21st-22nd
Mark Webber - February 23rd-24th


Lewis Hamilton – February 21st-22nd
Jenson Button – February 23rd-24th


Fernando Alonso – February 21st-22nd
Felipe Massa – February 23rd-24th


Michael Schumacher – February 21st and 23rd
Nico Rosberg – February 22nd and 24th


Romain Grosjean - February 21st-22nd
Kimi Raikkonen - February 23rd-24th

Force India

Nico Hulkenberg - February 21st-22nd
Paul di Resta - February 23rd-24th


Sergio Perez - February 21st-22nd
Kamui Kobayashi – February 23rd-24th

Toro Rosso

Jean-Eric Vergne – February 21st-22nd
Daniel Ricciardo - February 23rd-24th


Bruno Senna - February 21st
Valtteri Bottas - February 22nd
Pastor Maldonado - February 23rd-24th

Caterham F1



Won't run


Charles Pic - February 21st-22nd and 24th
Timo Glock - February 23rd

Test line-up subject to change

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10.02.2012 Jerez, Spain, Sebastian Vettel (GER), Red Bull Racing   - Formula 1 Testing, day 4 - Formula 1 World Championship
10.02.2012 Jerez, Spain, Fernando Alonso (ESP), Scuderia Ferrari   - Formula 1 Testing, day 4 - Formula 1 World Championship
10.02.2012 Jerez, Spain, Lewis Hamilton (GBR), McLaren Mercedes   - Formula 1 Testing, day 4 - Formula 1 World Championship
09.02.2012 Jerez, Spain, Lewis Hamilton (GBR), McLaren Mercedes   - Formula 1 Testing, day 1 - Formula 1 World Championship

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Rick - Unregistered

February 19, 2012 6:19 PM

I wonder why Mercedes don't give their drivers each 2 days in a row like the other teams do. I would think it's better to give each driver two days so that they can work on setting up the car with some consistency. Somehow I don't see the logic of Mercedes' approach.

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