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Mugello test line-up

A full rundown of who will drive when during this coming week's three-day test at Mugello in Italy.

Ahead of the start of the European season, Mugello will host a three-day test this week, with running getting underway on Tuesday, May 1.

All the teams, except HRT will be at the Italian circuit, working on their 2012 F1 cars ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya on May 11-13.

The full planned line-up is as follows:



Mugello test line-up:

Red Bull Racing:
Mark Webber - May 1, 2 (am)
Sebastian Vettel - May 2 (pm), 3

McLaren:
Oliver Turvey
Gary Paffett

Ferrari:
Fernando Alonso – May 1, 2
Felipe Massa – May 3

Mercedes:
Michael Schumacher - May 1 (pm), 2
Nico Rosberg - May 1 (am), 3

Lotus:
Jerome D'Ambrosio – May 1
Kimi Raikkonen – May 2
Romain Grosjean – May 3

Force India:
Jules Bianchi – May 1
Paul di Resta – May 2
Nico Hulkenberg – May 3

Sauber:
Kamui Kobayashi – May 1, 2
Sergio Perez – May 3

Toro Rosso:
Jean Eric-Vergne – May 1, 2 (am)
Daniel Ricciardo – May 2 (pm), 3

Williams:
Valtteri Bottas – May 1
Bruno Senna – May 2
Pastor Maldonado – May 3

Caterham:
Rodolfo Gonzalez – May 1
Vitaly Petrov – May 2
Heikki Kovalainen – May 3

Marussia:
Charles Pic – May 1, 2 (am)
Timo Glock – May 2 (pm), 3

HRT:
Not present


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David Chaste - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 4:53 AM

McLaren could have at least granted Hamilton's wish to be at the test. 3 drivers can test and they are only using 2 people. It wouldn't have hurt them any to have him there. Hopefully it doesn't create a rift in the team.



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