The anticipation is really starting to build now ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix on July 3-5, as the teams ramp up their preparations for the start of the delayed 2020 season.

    Mercedes, Renault and Racing Point have already carried out private tests to help them blow off the cobwebs before the cars hit the track in anger at the Red Bull Ring, and on Tuesday Ferrari ran their 2018 car at Mugello to give drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc some time in the cockpit.

    AlphaTauri will be the next team to get their car back on track when they use one of their two allotted filming days to run their 2020 challenger at Imola on Wednesday.

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    And ahead of Wednesday's run, the team fired up the Honda power unit in the AT01 at their Faenza factory.

    Under current F1 rules, using a filming day allows the team to use their new car, but they are limited to 100km of running, and are not allowed to use current racing tyres.

    Racing Point used one of theirs last week to run the new RP20 at Silverstone with Lance Stroll behind the wheel, while Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault have opted to use their 2018 cars in their tests.

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