Giovinazzi and Shwartzman testing with the 2021 Ferrari at Fiorano


Scuderia Ferrari offered laps to its reserve drivers on Tuesday, driving the SF21 on the Fiorano track.

Antonio Giovinazzi, former Alfa Roméo Sauber driver in previous seasons in Formula 1, is still a reserve driver for Ferrari. He drove all morning and will be back in an F1 car this weekend in Italy during Free Practice 1 at Monza, but at the wheel of the Haas – powered by Ferrari. This is the first time that the ex-Alfa Roméo driver will test a single-seater with the new technical regulations.

Antonio Giovinazzi driving the SF21 at Fiorano

© Ferrari / Antonio Giovinazzi driving the SF21 at Fiorano

The Italian driver left his place to Robert Shwartzman in the afternoon to take his place in the simulator. Shwartzman was F3 champion before finishing second last season in F2. Currently looking for a seat, he is a test driver for Ferrari.

This is the second time that Shwartzman has tried the SF21 since he had already had the opportunity to drive in July at Mugello. He is expected to drive in two free practice sessions at one of the remaining races with F1 2022.

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