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Ferrari confirm F1 test trio

Ferrari has announced a trio of F1 test drivers for 2014. Existing trio Pedro de la Rosa, Marc Gene and Davide Rigon are all staying put, the Italian team said. Italian Rigon, 27, has signed for two years, Ferrari added, and he will also drive a works 458 GT2 in the Le Mans endurance series. All three drivers, however, will be available to "work on the F14 T and other racing and promotional activities", Ferrari announced.
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