Toyota will return to the track with its TS030 Hybrid this week after a hiatus in its testing program following a crash.
The Japanese squad was forced to delay its planned racing debut in the Six Hours of Spa this weekend because of an accident that damaged its chassis during testing at Paul Ricard. The setback also meant the team had to cancel seven days of testing during April.
Toyota has worked hard to produce a second car that will be completed directly before transportation to the one-day functionality test at the Magny-Cours circuit on Friday.
"I would like to express my thanks to the staff members at Toyota Motorsport GmbH who have worked so hard to deliver our second monocoque ahead of schedule," said team president Yoshiaki Kinoshita. "Now we have a very intense testing program to prepare for Le Mans, beginning with an initial functionality test to shakedown our systems."
Toyota's new car will make its racing debut in the Le Mans 24 Hours in June.