Ferrari test driver Luca Badoer will be able to familiarise himself behind the wheel of one of the team's F60s ahead of his return to Formula 1 next weekend, when he drives the car for promotional purposes at Fiorano on Monday and Tuesday.
The 38-year-old Italian, who will stand in for the injured Felipe Massa in next weekend's European Grand Prix at Valencia, has had little experience of Ferrari's 2009 challenger given the strict ban on in-season testing this year.
Ferrari made it clear that Badoer was not partaking in a test but would be driving the car for 'promotional purposes' only.
The Italian will be restricted to using Bridgestone's ultra-hard promotional tyres and will not be able to exceed the 100km limit agreed by the teams on either day.
A statement on the team's website read: "While Felipe is recovering in Brazil, tomorrow the Scuderia will take up its work after a two-week break, which had been agreed with the other teams. Over the next three days the team will concentrate on the preparations for the races in Spain and Belgium, which will be held on the last two weekends in August.
"Next to Kimi Raikkonen, Luca Badoer will start into the races, debuting as an official Scuderia driver. Tomorrow and Tuesday Luca will be part of a video shooting for promotional purposes behind the F60's wheel at the Fiorano race track."
Badoer has been given the chance to race for Ferrari, after more than nine years of service as its loyal test driver, after Michael Schumacher was forced to give up on a high profile comeback because of a lingering neck injury.
The seven-time world champion spent a day driving an F2007 from Ferrari's historic Clienti department as part of his preparation, but the team was denied a request by some of its rivals to allow the German to test the F60.