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Bianchi joins De la Rosa for Ferrari at Silverstone test

Ferrari has confirmed that Kimi Raikkonen will skip this week's two-day test at Silverstone, while Fernando Alonso will work at the team's Maranello HQ.According to the Italian team, the Finn, whose impact with Silverstone barriers was measured at 47G, still has pain and some bruising in his left ankle and knee. Consequently the team has decided to rest the Finn so that he can be fully fit for the German Grand Prix on 20th July at Hockenheim.As a result the driver line-up for the Silverstone test has been changed: tomorrow for the first day, Pedro de la Rosa will be at the wheel of the F14 T and on Wednesday, Jules Bianchi will stand in for Raikkonen. The Frenchman, who drives for...
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