Barcelona F1 Test: Full driver line-ups and live TV schedule

It is finally here, 2019 Formula 1 preseason testing begins on Monday at Circuit de Catalunya, in Barcelona, where all ten teams are expected to be in action.

Only Mercedes and Haas have retained their driver line-ups on a grid that will feature 12 driver changes, including new drivers for both Ferrari and Red Bull.

The reigning World Champions have opted to give Valtteri Bottas the first outing in the W10 on Monday morning, before handing over to Lewis Hamilton for the afternoon stanza. The pair will alternate in the car on a daily basis.

SAlso alternating daily will be the Renault duo of Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo swapping cockpits each day.

Sebastian Vettel will get the first shot in the Ferrari SF90, driving it all day on Monday and Wednesday, with Charles Leclerc on duty Tuesday and Thursday.

Williams, who have all-new driver line-up for the forthcoming season in the form of Robert Kubica and George Russell, have been forced to delay their track action in Spain for at least a day…

Haas will run their regular drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen on the first two days, on the final two days the pair will share the cockpit with test driver Pietro Fittipaldi.

Driver schedule for testing duty in Spain, from 18 to 21 February:

Monday, 18thTuesday, 19thWednesday, 20thThursday, 21st
MercedesBottas (AM)
Hamilton (PM)
Hamilton (AM)
Bottas (PM)
Bottas (AM)
Hamilton (PM)
Hamilton (AM)
Bottas (PM)
FerrariVettelLeclercVettelLeclerc
Red BullVerstappenGaslyVerstappenGasly
RenaultHulkenberg (AM)
Ricciardo (PM)
Ricciardo (AM)
Hulkenberg (PM)
Hulkenberg (AM)
Ricciardo (PM)
Ricciardo (AM)
Hulkenberg (PM)
McLarenSainzNorrisSainzNorris
Toro RossoKvyatAlbonKvyatAlbon
WilliamsDelayedRussell (AM)
Latifi (PM)
Latifi (AM)
Kubica (PM)
Kubica (AM)
Russell (PM)
Racing PointPerezStrollPerezStroll
Alfa RomeoRaikkonenGiovinazziRaikkonenGiovinazzi
HaasGrosjeanMagnussenGrosjean (AM)
Fittipaldi (PM)
Fittipaldi (AM)
Magnussen (PM)

F1TV Live Streaming

Testing begins on Monday morning and runs for four days at the Spanish Grand Prix venue, all-day-long sessions will be televised live on F1TV Pro.

F1 report on the official website: You can watch live coverage of week 1 of pre-season testing on F1 TV. Formula1.com will also be providing extensive live coverage from Barcelona, including a daily live blog, breaking news and video content and live timing.

Live Broadcast Schedule