Formula 1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi will take part in the Formula E rookie test at Marrakesh.
The Ferrari-supported Italian made his F1 debut in 2017 as replacement for the injured Pascal Wehrlein at Sauber, and was a contender to join the Swiss team as a full-time driver for the upcoming season.
However, Sauber opted for fellow Ferrari protege Charles Leclerc and team regular Marcus Ericsson instead, with Giovinazzi having to settle for a third-driver role.
He will make an appearance in the January 14 post-race FE rookie test at Marrakech, and will pilot DS Virgin’s DSV-03 car alongside BMW racer Eriksson.
Nyck de Vries – Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
Antonio Giovinazzi – DS Virgin Racing
Pietro Fittipaldi – Panasonic Jaguar Racing
Michael Benyahia – Venturi
Gary Paffett – Venturi
Maximilian Günther – Dragon Racing
Andrea Calderelli – Dragon Racing
Mitsunori Takaboshi – Renault e.dams
Alexander Albon – Renault e.dams
Harry Tincknell – NIO
James Rossiter – Techeetah
Daniel Juncadella – Mahindra Racing
Paul di Resta – Panasonic Jaguar Racing
Sam Dejonghe – Mahindra Racing
Frederic Makowiecki – Techeetah
Bruno Spengler – Andretti
Colton Herta – Andretti
Joel Eriksson – DS Virgin Racing
Nico Müller – Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
Alexandre Imperatori – NIO