Several teams will use their regular race driver line-up, including Mercedes, Red Bull, Williams, Toro Rosso and Marussia.
However Caterham will give F1 runs to three drivers in junior categories: Will Stevens (fourth in Formula Renault 3.5), Julian Leal (sixth in GP2) and Rio Haryanto (eleventh in GP2).
Among the regular test drivers making appearances are Stoffel Vandoorne at McLaren, Daniel Juncadella at Force India, Charles Pic at Lotus and Giedo van der Garde at Sauber.
Ferrari are yet to confirm their driver line-up following Kimi Raikkonen’s crash during the British Grand Prix, though he is expected to race in Germany.
|Team||Tuesday 8th||Wednesday 9th|
|Red Bull||Daniel Ricciardo||Sebastian Vettel|
|Mercedes||Nico Rosberg||Lewis Hamilton|
|Ferrari||Pedro de la Rosa||Jules Bianchi|
|Lotus||Pastor Maldonado||Charles Pic|
|McLaren||Stoffel Vandoorne||Kevin Magnussen|
|Force India||Sergio Perez||Daniel Juncadella|
|Sauber||Adrian Sutil||Giedo van der Garde|
|Toro Rosso||Jean-Eric Vergne||Daniil Kvyat|
|Williams||Felipe Massa||Valtteri Bottas|
|Marussia||Jules Bianchi||Max Chilton|
|Caterham||Julian Leal / Will Stevens||Rio Haryanto|
Update: Ferrari have now confirmed Jules Bianchi will take Raikkonen’s place at the test. The table above has been updated accordingly.
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