Frijns, Coletti in Formula E testing action

Robin Frijns and Stefano Coletti are the two latest drivers to be called-up for Formula E pre-season testing duties at Donington Park.

Frijns, Coletti in Formula E testing action
Sébastien Buemi, Renault e.Dams
Stefano Coletti, KV Racing Technology Chevrolet
Loic Duval, Dragon Racing
Lucas di Grassi, ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport
Bruno Senna, Mahindra Racing
Sébastien Buemi, Renault e.Dams
Nelson Piquet Jr., Team China Racing and Sam Bird, DS Virgin Racing
Bruno Senna, Mahindra Racing
Loic Duval, Dragon Racing

2012 Formula Renault 3.5 champion Frijns, formerly a third driver for the now-defunct Caterham F1 squad, lines up alongside Simona de Silvestro at Amlin Andretti for both days of the final pre-season test.

IndyCar regular Coletti meanwhile become the latest man to get behind the wheel of Team Aguri’s Spark-McLaren on Tuesday, with Nathanael Berthon taking on driving duties on Monday fresh from his GP2 commitments at Spa as the team continues to evaluate its season two race line-up.

Elsewhere, ex-F1 driver Vitantonio Liuzzi will make his first pre-season testing appearance with Trulli, partnering Salvador Duran, who has just been confirmed by the team as a full-time driver for season two.

Third pre-season test entry list:

Team Drivers
NEXTEV TCR

 Nelson Piquet

 Oliver Turvey

DS Virgin

 Sam Bird (Monday)

 Jean-Eric Vergne (Tuesday)

Dragon

 Loic Duval

 Jerome D'Ambrosio

Renault edams

 Sebastien Buemi

 Nicolas Prost

ABT Schaeffler AS

 Lucas di Grassi (Monday)

 Daniel Abt (Tuesday)

Trulli

 Tonio Liuzzi

Salvador Duran

Venturi

 Jacques Villeneuve

 Stephane Sarrazin

Mahindra

 Bruno Senna

 Nick Heidfeld

Andretti

 Robin Frijns

 Simona De Silvestro 

Team Aguri

 Nathanael Berthon (Monday)

 Stefano Coletti (Tuesday)

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