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Silverstone Formula 1 testing begins - full driver line-up

Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull, Silverstone F1 testing July 2014

The latest of Formula 1's in-season tests kicked off at Silverstone on Tuesday morning.

The 11 teams have 16 hours of running scheduled over the two days to trial updates to their cars ahead of this month's back-to-back F1 races in Germany and Hungary.

Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen was due to drive on day one, but is skipping the test following his high-speed accident in the British Grand Prix.

Development driver Pedro de la Rosa will take over planned tyre testing for Pirelli from Raikkonen on Tuesday, while Ferrari has called up Marussia's Jules Bianchi to drive its F14 T on Wednesday.

Bianchi will drive for his regular team today, before handing the car over to team-mate Max Chilton for day two.

Caterham will divide its running between three drivers. Formula Renault 3.5 driver Will Stevens is in the car for Tuesday morning, while GP2 racers Julian Leal and Rio Haryanto will also get seat time in CT05.

Here is the full line-up for the test:

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