Jules Bianchi admits it will be a challenge when he switches from Ferrari to Force India for the second day of Formula 1's young driver test at Magny-Cours on Wednesday.
Bianchi has been a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy since 2009 and was fastest on the opening day of the test. But the Frenchman has also spent 2012 as Force India's reserve driver and has already tested the VJM05 at Jerez and Mugello this year. He is looking forward to the challenge of undertaking back-to-back runs in two different machines.
"It's completely new. I've never done that before," Bianchi said. "It's nice to do it for myself and just enjoy trying two cars in two days. Not too many drivers have done that before. You just have to stay totally focused and try and do everything the teams ask you to do."
GT regular Davide Rigon will replace Bianchi at Ferrari on Wednesday while Sam Bird will continue to drive for Mercedes for a second day.