The second round of pre-season testing kicks off tomorrow in Barcelona and teams have confirmed their driver line-up for the week.
Renault in Williams are following Mercedes lead by rotating their drivers between the morning and after sessions, although Felipe Massa will have Tuesday to himself, no doubt to catch up on the track time lost following team mate Lance Stroll’s crash last week.
Pascal Wehrlein will get his first taste of Sauber’s 2017 C36, the German driver getting the all-clear from the doctors to return to duty following a back injury sustained at the ROC last month.
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