With new tire regulations already set to be one of the biggest stories ahead of the 2016 Formula 1 season, Pirelli has announced details of another test to assist with wet-weather preparation for the year.
On January 25-26, Pirelli will hold a two-day wet-weather tire test at Circuit Paul Ricard. According to Pirelli, the two-day test will focus solely on full wet-weather tires and not intermediates, with different prototypes due to be tested.
Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren will test, with driver details and other additional information to be revealed in the coming days.
UPDATE: McLaren will test reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne this test.