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Ferrari and McLaren confirm driver schedule for final test

Ferrari and McLaren confirm driver schedule for final test 25 February, 2014 The third and final stanza of 2014 Formula 1 preseason testing get's underway at Bahrain International Circuit on Thursday, 27 February and both Ferrari and McLaren have confirmed their drivers' schedule. Kimi Raikkonen will be on duty on the first two days, with Fernando Alonso taking over the Ferrari F14T cockpit for the final two days. McLaren will run rookie Kevin Magnussen on Thursday and Friday, with Jenson Button at the wheel of the MP4-29 for the last two days. The test runs for four days, ending on 2 March. (GP247)
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