Yuki Tsunoda is hard at work settling in at AlphaTauri, with the Japanese driver the first on track during the team's two-day test at Imola.
This isn't the first time Tsunoda has driven a Formula 1 car, as he tested for the team in November 2020 prior to being announced as Daniil Kvyat's replacement for 2021.
Just like Carlos Sainz for Ferrari, the youngster is getting a run out in an older car. Regulations limit how much testing can be done with current cars, but teams are allowed to run cars that are at least two years old meaning Tsunoda took to Imola in the 2019 STR14 Toro Rosso with the 2020 livery.
Here's a video of Tsunoda at Imola straight from the AlphaTauri Twitter account.