Testing to resume at Spa-Francorchamps this week 09 Jul 2007
Less than 48 hours after the British Grand Prix, all 11 teams are expected back on track on Tuesday for the start of a three-day test at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium.
In line with this years testing restrictions, teams will be limited to one car per day, with a mixture of race and test drivers conducting the development work. Most squads will focus on preparations for the next round of the championship, the European Grand Prix, which will be held at Germanys Nurburgring circuit in a fortnights time.
After Kimi Raikkonens dominant victory at Silverstone on Sunday, Ferrari will be keen to maximise any advantage they hold during their three-day schedule, while championship-leaders McLaren will be working very hard to try to improve the performance of the MP4-22 ahead of the European event.
Robert Kubica will be in the hot seat for all three days for BMW Sauber, as the German-Swiss team attempt to build on their impressive form so far this year, while current title-holders Renault will be out in force as they continue to try and remedy their drop in pace this season.
With the remainder of the field also expected to attend, it is set to be a busy week at the Belgian circuit, so check back for daily updates on the teams progress. Note that all schedules are provisional and subject to change.