Ferrari's duo of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc will return to the wheel this week as they drive last year's SF21 at Fiorano alongside test driver Robert Shwartzman.

    Sainz and Leclerc, who combined to help the Italian team hit P3 in the championship last season, will take part in a four-day session starting on Tuesday (January 25) at the Ferrari-owned circuit in Italy.

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    The full-time racers will be joined by Shwartzman, Ferrari's official test driver for 2022, the Russian having split duties for Haas and Ferrari in the end-of-2021 Abu Dhabi session. Shwartzman will open Ferrari's pre-season running on Tuesday and take the final day, Friday.

    Ferrari's Fiorano circuit from above

    Leclerc will be on track on Wednesday with Sainz driving on Thursday, both having driven a mule car fitted with 18-inch tyres in the end-of-season Abu Dhabi test.

    Ferrari's as-yet unnamed 2022 car, which they have internally coded '674', will be unveiled to the public on February 17.

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