Fans will be able to attend the second 2022 pre-season test session, scheduled to be held at Bahrain International Circuit between March 10 and 12.
Organisers made the announcement on social media this week, with a tweet confirming that the sessions will be open for spectators.
"Ticketing arrangements and details to be announced over the next few days," said the official account.
BREAKING: We’re set to host the F1 pre-season testing from 10 - 12 March. The sessions will be open for spectators with ticketing arrangements and details to be announced over the next few days.#F1 #BahrainGP pic.twitter.com/q8jcHstTx1
— Bahrain Int. Circuit (@BAH_Int_Circuit) January 17, 2022
It will be the first opportunity for members of the general public to see all ten of this year's car on track.
The first pre-season test, scheduled to take pace at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain, will not be open to the public because of current coronavirus regulations in the country.
While journalists will be present in the paddock to report on what happens, there will be no live television coverage for the first test. Instead, a 60 minute summary will be streamed online via F1 TV.
Cameras are expected to provide full live coverage of all three days of the Bahrain test via social media channels, and Sky Sports F1 in the UK.
Pre-season tests usually draw limited numbers of spectators. However interest might be stoked by the latest rule changes including the introduction of new 18-inch tyres.
It means that the cars are expected to look very different this season after a period of relative design stability.
Some of the smaller teams had appealed to the FIA to extend the Barcelona test to five days, as they have less advanced simulators and fear they could lose out to the bigger squads in terms of preparation. However this suggestion was turned down by the governing body.
Attendance in Bahrain could also be boosted by a rise in popularity in the sport given the ratings impact of the season finale in Abu Dhabi last month in which Max Verstappen pipped Lewis Hamilton to the title on the final lap.
All cars will be sporting brand new liveries for 2022, with four teams including Aston Martin, Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes having already announced which days they will be holding car launches to unveil the new look prior to the Barcelona test.
The teams also have the option to hold a 'filming day' at Barcelona before the official test. This allows them some limited track running in order to film the cars for sponsorship and PR purposes.
Teams are able to schedule two of these days per calendar year.
In a separate announcement, the circuit organisers confirmed that Grammy Award-winning producer, songwriter and DJ Afrojack will perform on Friday evening during the Bahrain GP weekend!
Entry will be free for all F1 ticket holders, with early bird tickets still available on the official website.