Following a weekend break, the Formula 1 teams will return to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Tuesday for the second four-day pre-season test.

With each permitted to run one car, all have opted to mix and match their regular drivers across the four days’ running. Mercedes AMG Petronas and Renault Sport will split each day between their two lead drivers, while to a lesser extent Williams Racing has also opted for a similar approach.

The sole change across the teams’ line-ups is that Pascal Wehrlein has been declared fit to return to action after being ruled out of the first pre-season test with a neck injury he sustained in a crash at the Race of Champions. The German will have just two days of pre-season running in the Sauber C36.

The circuit will be open from 09:00 to 18:00 CET (GMT +1), with a mandatory one-hour lunch break at 13:00.

The provisional driver line-ups confirmed by the teams reads as follows:

2017 Formula 1 Pre-Season Test #2 – Provisional Driver Line-up
Team / Entry Driver Running
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 W08 Lewis Hamilton Tue & Thur AM*; Wed & Fri PM*
Valtteri Bottas Tue & Thur PM*; Wed & Fri AM*
Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer RB13 Daniel Ricciardo Tuesday, Thursday
Max Verstappen Wednesday, Friday
Scuderia Ferrari SF70H Sebastian Vettel Tuesday, Thursday
Kimi Räikkönen Wednesday, Friday
Sahara Force India Mercedes VJM10 Sergio Pérez Wednesday, Friday
Esteban Ocon Tuesday, Thursday
Williams Martini Racing Mercedes FW40 Lance Stroll Wed PM*, Thur AM*, Friday
Felipe Massa Tuesday, Wed AM*, Thur PM
McLaren Honda MCL32 Stoffel Vandoorne Tuesday, Thursday
Fernando Alonso Wednesday, Friday
Scuderia Toro Rosso Renault STR12 Daniil Kvyat Tuesday, Thursday
Carlos Sainz Jr Wednesday, Friday
Haas F1 Team Ferrari VF-17 Romain Grosjean Wednesday, Friday
Kevin Magnussen Tuesday, Thursday
Renault Sport Formula One Team R.S.17 Nico Hülkenberg Tue & Thur PM*; Wed & Fri AM*
Jolyon Palmer Tue & Thur AM*; Wed & Fri PM*
Sauber F1 Team Ferrari C36 Marcus Ericsson Wednesday, Friday
Pascal Wehrlein Tuesday, Thursday

* Car to be shared between both drivers

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