Silverstone in-season test line-ups

A run-down of which drivers will be taking to the track this week

By William Esler.   Last Updated: 07/07/14 3:46pm

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The third and final in-season test of 2014 takes place at Silverstone on Tuesday and Wednesday, with all 11 teams taking part in the running.

Following Kimi Raikkonen's 47G accident at the British GP, the Finn has been replaced in Ferrari's line-up by Jules Bianchi. The Marussia driver is a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy and last drove for the Scuderia at last December's Pirelli tyre test.

Ferrari, Lotus, Red Bull and Marussia are set to dedicate a day each to Pirelli tyre testing and there will be focus on the Enstone team in particular when they take to the track on Wednesday with the Italian firm’s 18-inch concept wheels.

Test line-ups

Red Bull: Tuesday - Daniel Ricciardo; Wednesday - Sebastian Vettel.
Mercedes: Tuesday - Nico Rosberg; Wednesday - Lewis Hamilton.
Ferrari: Tuesday - Pedro de las Rosa; Wednesday - Jules Bianchi.
Lotus: Tuesday - Pastor Maldonado; Wednesday - Charles Pic.
McLaren: Tuesday - Stoffel Vandoorne; Wednesday - Kevin Magnussen.
Force India: Tuesday - Sergio Perez; Wednesday - Daniel Juncadella.
Sauber: Tuesday - Adrian Sutil; Wednesday - Giedo van der Garde.
Toro Rosso: Tuesday - TBA; Wednesday - TBA.
Williams: Tuesday - Felipe Massa; Wednesday - Valtteri Bottas.
Marussia: Tuesday - Jules Bianchi; Wednesday - Max Chilton.
Caterham: Tuesday - Will Stevens; Wednesday - Rio Haryanto and Julian Leal.

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