From 1-3 December, the FIA will be running a test session in Jerez for inexperienced drivers in Formula One cars; with several men already confirmed to drive, the list the candidates so far can be announced.

The test at the Spanish circuit will permit only those drivers who have driven in no more than two Grands Prix to take part. All runners must also hold a full FIA Superlicence.

The line-up so far is as follows:

BMW Sauber
Esteban Gutiérrez (MX) – Formula BMW Europe Champion, 2008
Alexander Rossi (US) – BMW World Finals winner, 2008

Brendon Hartley

Ferrari
Pablo Sanchez-Lopez (MX) – 3rd in Italian Formula 3,
Daniel Zampieri (IT) – Italian Formula 3 Champion
Marco Zipoli (IT) – Italian Formula 3 runner-up

Red Bull
Daniel Ricciardo (AU) – British Formula 3 Champion

Renault
Bertrand Baguette (BE) – World Series by Renault Champion

Toro Rosso
Brendon Hartley (NZ) – Red Bull Junior Team (pictured)
Mirko Bortolotti (IT) – Red Bull Junior Team

Williams
Nico Hülkenberg (DE) – GP2 Champion and 2010 Williams driver
Andy Soucek (ES) – Formula 2 Champion

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