Charles Leclerc will buckle up today for one more short day of work with Ferrari before heading off to a well-deserved holiday.
Ferrari will take advantage on Wednesday of a filming day it is still allowed to undertake, running its SF90 at Monza with the Monegasque for a maximum of 100 kilometers.
The Scuderia 2019 contender will use Pirelli's mandatory "demo" tyres, not the Italian supplier's usual range of compounds.
Unfortunately, fans will hear but not see Leclerc in action as the run will take place behind closed doors at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
While running is restricted, with no new parts allowed to be tested on the SF90, Ferrari will no doubt take advantage of the session to collect some additional data that may prove useful when everyone returns to Monza in a month's time for the Italian Grand Prix.