2013's Formula Renault 3.5 models will make one final appearance of the season during a three day official test in Motorland Aragon, Spain.

Carlin have announced that an all British line-up will be at the helm of the 3.5 litre models for the test running from the 20th-22nd of this month. Formula Renault 2.0 NEC champion, Matt Parry, will make his Formula Renault 3.5 debut on day one. Duties will later pass to Nick Yelloly for the Thursday and Friday, which will see him return to the series following an appearance with Zeta Corse in Monaco. Alongside them, Dean Stoneman, whose last showing was back in 2010, will take part on all three days of the test.

Carlin will join many other teams in welcoming young drivers to FR3.5, dedicating day one to rookies from various junior categories. Matt Parry will make his d?but following a successful 2013 FR2.0 NEC season within which he enjoyed nine podiums and five race wins with Fortec Motorsports. The nineteen-year-old also has a championship victory from the 2012 Intersteps Championships to his name and can add UK Formula Ford in 2011 to his list of achievements.

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Nick Yelloly's drive with Carlin will see him step up from their GP3 team to take over from Parry for the final two days of testing. Unlike Parry, Yelloly is already a race winner in FR3.5 and will rely on his experience to post competitive lap times. His return to the series comes after claiming four podiums with the same British outfit in GP3 this year.

Twenty-three-year-old Dean Stoneman will complete the all British line-up after returning to single seater racing in style with a podium during the GP3 season finale. Stoneman had made plans to return to Formula Renault 3.5 in 2011 before a diagnosis with testicular cancer curtailed his participation. His plans for 2014 remain unconfirmed at present.

Speaking of his all British line-up, Trevor Carlin expressed his excitement at welcoming the drivers to Formula Renault 3.5.

"We have three very talented drivers with us in Motorland", he said. "We're delighted to give Matt an opportunity after a very impressive championship campaign in FR2.0 while we know from working with him this season how quick Nick is. I'm extremely pleased to have Dean in our car this week; he was a revelation in Abu Dhabi and we look forward to seeing his pace in the FR3.5 car."

The Formula Renault 3.5 season will make its close with the three day test which will take place from 20th - 22nd November.