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Barcelona test 2 line-up published

A full rundown of who will drive when during this coming week's test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain.
The countdown to F1 2012 continues this week, with the third and final pre-season test at Barcelona getting underway tomorrow [March 1].

All the teams, bar Marussia, are due out on track, although precisely when HRT will run has still to be confirmed.

The full planned line-up is as follows:


Red Bull

Mark Webber - March 1st and March 3rd
Sebastian Vettel - March 2nd and March 4th

McLaren

Jenson Button - March 1st and March 3rd
Lewis Hamilton - March 2nd and March 4th

Ferrari

Felipe Massa - March 1st and March 3rd
Fernando Alonso - March 2nd and March 4th

Mercedes

Nico Rosberg - March 1st and March 3rd
Michael Schumacher - March 2nd and March 4th

Lotus

Romain Grosjean - March 1st-2nd
Kimi Raikkonen - March 3rd-4th

Force India

Paul di Resta - March 1st and March 3rd
Nico Hulkenberg - March 2nd and March 4th

Sauber

Sergio Perez - March 1st and March 3rd
Kamui Kobayashi - March 2nd and March 4th

Toro Rosso

Jean-Eric Vergne - March 1st-2nd
Daniel Ricciardo - March 3rd-4th

Williams

Pastor Maldonado - March 1, March 2 (PM), March 3 (AM)
Bruno Senna - March 2 (AM), March 3 (PM), March 4

Caterham F1

Heikki Kovalainen - March 1st-2nd
Vitaly Petrov - March 3rd-4th

HRT

TBC, although HRT has confirmed to Crash.net that both Pedro de la Rosa and Narain Karthikeyan will be at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya and that the team is working '24/7 to have everything ready for the tests'.

Marussia

Won't run after new car failed final crash test [see separate story - here]


Test line-up subject to change



Related Pictures

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24.02.2012, Barcelona, Spain, Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA), Scuderia Toro Rosso    - Formula 1 Testing, day 4 - Formula 1 World Championship
09.02.2012 Jerez, Spain, Sebastian Vettel (GER), Red Bull Racing   - Formula 1 Testing, day 1 - Formula 1 World Championship
23.02.2012, Barcelona, Spain, Felipe Massa (BRA), Scuderia Ferrari   - Formula 1 Testing, day 3 - Formula 1 World Championship
23.02.2012, Barcelona, Spain, Mark Webber (AUS), Red Bull Racing and Jenson Button (GBR), McLaren Mercedes   - Formula 1 Testing, day 3 - Formula 1 World Championship
23.02.2012, Barcelona, Spain, Kamui Kobayashi (JAP), Sauber F1 Team - Formula 1 Testing, day 3 - Formula 1 World Championship
23.02.2012, Barcelona, Spain, Felipe Massa (BRA), Scuderia Ferrari   - Formula 1 Testing, day 3 - Formula 1 World Championship

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Pole Postion - Unregistered

March 01, 2012 7:12 AM

@ Liam48 button won't get the respect until he does it again. The pervailing feeling is he beat Hamilton because of all the problems LH was having off the track. It's not fair but that's the way it is. A lot of people believe a clearly focused Hamilton cannot be beaten by button. He's faster and naturally more talented according to the experts.

Liam48 - Unregistered

February 29, 2012 8:33 PM

May I remind all of you that missed F1 last year... Hamilton is not the No1 driver at McLaren this year because that has been taken over by Button because amazingly he beat Hamilton last year! Give the guy some respect when he deserves it!



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