Those last few days, many announcements have been made about the drivers who will be behind the wheel for the two days of mid-season testing at Silverstone, most of them being young drivers.

After the confirmations of F1 debuts for F3 drivers Sergio Sette Camara and Nikita Mazepin respectively with Toro Rosso and Force India, several other teams announced their line-ups.

Unsurprisingly, Pierre Gasly, as the most experienced Red Bull Junior driver, will drive for Red Bull Racing, leaving the Toro Rosso wheel to Sette Camara.

In the same way, Antonio Fuoco as the most experienced driver from the Ferrari Driver Academy will drive again for Ferrari after he drove during the Barcelona tests. His GP3 homologue, Charles Leclerc, already has FP1 outing at Silverstone with Haas F1. Therefore, Santino Ferrucci will make his F1 debuts with the American team during the tests.

Mercedes also announced they will have their two young drivers running during those tests: their reserve driver Esteban Ocon and the Manor driver Pascal Wehrlein.

Williams, Renault, McLaren and Manor are yet to have announced their line-up.