Roy Nissany’s development programme with Williams will see him receive a third FP1 outing of 2020 in Bahrain, before he joins its line-up for the post-season Abu Dhabi test.
Williams’ reserve driver Jack Aitken, will also be present at the Abu Dhabi test to complete a day of running in the FW43.
Nissany already drove the 2020 Williams car earlier this year in Spain and Italy during the first practice sessions of both weekends.
The Isreali driver believes the post-season test will prove to be much more valuable to him, as he will have more time to complete laps in the car.
“The Abu Dhabi test is another great opportunity for me to develop my connection with the car,” Nissany said.
“In contrast to an FP1, the test gives us much more time and miles to fine tune and synergise the car and my driving.”
Aitken, who made his FP1 debut at the Styrian Grand Prix earlier this year, labelled the test as a “great way to finish the season”.
“Of course I’m delighted to be able to step back into the FW43 in Abu Dhabi,” Aitken commented.
“After my FP1 outing with the team earlier in the year, I’ll be looking to build upon my experience with the team and get some ever-welcome laps under my belt.
“Although we won’t be able to test too much with the way the programme is set, there are always things to learn, and it will be a great way to finish the season.”
Williams is the first team to confirm its post-season test line-up with McLaren announcing that it is opting to skip the event.
The test will occur over one day on Tuesday, December 15 following the conclusion of the 2020 season, with Williams running two cars for Nissany and Aitken.