Alfa Romeo Racing test driver Tatiana Calderón and development driver Juan Manuel Correa will take the wheel of Formula One machinery in a test session at the Circuit Paul Ricard on August 23 and 24.
The young talents will drive a 2013-spec C32, powered by a V8 engine, as part of the development programme set out by the team.
It will be the debut behind the wheel of a Formula One car for Juan Manuel, who claimed two podiums in the 2019 FIA Formula 2 championship so far. The American has shown a lot of promise in his rookie season; this test will offer him the opportunity to get used to the demands of an F1 car and to develop his working relationship with the trackside elements of the team.
Tatiana Calderón, meanwhile, will return to the cockpit after two successful test outings in the last twelve months, including one in the 2018 car. The Paul Ricard test will represent the next step in a long and successful association with Sauber Motorsport for the young Colombian, the first Latin American woman to drive a Formula One car.