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Ferrari retain trio of testers for 2014 04 Feb 2014

Davide Rigon (ITA) Ferrari F138.
Formula One Young Drivers Test, Silverstone, England, Day Two, Thursday, 18 July 2013 (L to R): Pedro De La Rosa (ESP) Ferrari Development Driver and Marc Gene (ESP) Ferrari Test Driver.
Formula One World Championship, Rd17, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Practice, Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Friday, 1 November 2013

Ferrari has confirmed that it has retained test drivers Pedro de la Rosa, Davide Rigon and Marc Gene for the 2014 season.

The trio will undertake development and simulator work on the Italian team’s new car, the F14 T, as well as taking part in other racing and promotional activities.

Gene, a veteran of 36 Grands Prix with Minardi and Williams, is Ferrari’s longest serving driver having joined the team in 2004. Rigon has also been associated with the Scuderia for a long time, beginning his Ferrari career as a simulator driver before going on to represent the team at two young driver tests.

De la Rosa, a one-time Formula One podium finisher, has been with the team for the shortest amount of time, having joined Ferrari after developing an excellent reputation as a development driver at McLaren.

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