Date: 5th February 2014 at 8:49am
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Ferrari have announced Davide Rigon, Marc Gene and Pedro de la Rosa as their test and development drivers for 2014.

The trio offer a good range of experience to Ferrari.

Rigon is the youngest of the three drivers, with the 27-year-old Italian boasting a range of Motorsport experience.

He has raced single seat cars in SuperLeague, GP2, Formula Renault and Italian Formula 3 as well as racing in GT and endurance racing.

The Italian will continue to race in the World Endurance Championship in a Ferrari.

Gene is now 39-years-old and has been associated with Ferrari since 2004 and has raced in 36 Grand Prix for Minardi and Williams.

The Spaniard has been a regular in the 24 hours Le Mans race, entering the event seven times and winning the LMP1 category in 2009 with Peugeot.

At 42-years-old Pedro De La Rosa is both the oldest and most experienced driver of the three.

The Spaniard has raced 107 Grand Prix for Arrows, Jaguar, McLaren, Sauber and HRT, before the former Hispania team dissolved at the end of 2012.