F2’s final winter test of 2010 at Barcelona will feature capacity grids for both days, with a total of 18 drivers and 13 nationalities set to experience the Williams JPH1B F2 car at the home of the Spanish Grand Prix.

Alongside several F2 regulars, including Portimão pacesetters Jack Clarke and Benjamin Lariche, the test will also see nine new drivers join the F2 set-up including two current champions – 2010 Italian Formula 3 winner César Ramos, who recently tested for the Ferrari F1 team as part of his championship prize, and Formula Palmer Audi Champion Nigel Moore.

They will be joined by Daniel Cammish – who finished third in the 2010 British Formula Ford championship – 2010 FPA runner-up Maxime Jousse and Finland’s Jukka Honkavuori.

History will also be made as China’s Martin Qing Hua – who competed in Superleague this term – becomes the first Chinese driver to sample the new era of Formula Two.

FIA Formula Two Championship – Barcelona – Day One Lineup:

1. Plamen Kralev, Bulgaria
2. Thiemo Storz, Germany
3. Alex Brundle, United Kingdom
4. Ramón Piñeiro, Spain
5. Benjamin Lariche, France
6. Max Snegirev, Russia
7. Kelvin Snoeks, Netherlands
8. Dominik Kraihamer, Austria
9. Jack Clarke, United Kingdom
10. Maxime Jousse, France
11. Nigel Moore, United Kingdom
12. César Ramos, Brazil
13. Daniel Cammish, United Kingdom
14. Christopher Zanella, Switzerland
15. Mihai Marinescu, Romania

FIA Formula Two Championship – Barcelona – Day Two Lineup:

1. Plamen Kralev, Bulgaria
2. Thiemo Storz, Germany
3. Alex Brundle, United Kingdom
4. Ramón Piñeiro, Spain
5. Benjamin Lariche, France
6. Max Snegirev, Russia
7. Jukka Honkavuori, Finland
8. Dominik Kraihamer, Austria
9. Jack Clarke, United Kingdom
10. Nigel Moore, United Kingdom
11. Martin Qing Hua, China
12. César Ramos, Brazil
13. Daniel Cammish, United Kingdom
14. Christopher Zanella, Switzerland
15. Mihai Marinescu, Romania