Although every other team agree not to run more than 50kms in grand prix week, the struggling Maranello marque is scheduled to conduct Bridgestone development at Fiorano.
Indeed, when asked at Monaco on Sunday, Michael Schumacher said the F2005 would burst back into action as soon as possible.
"I doubt that I will have time (to do the test)," the German said, "but the team will test to prepare for Nurburgring."
Williams' tester Nico Rosberg, on the other hand, will conduct a 'shakedown' test at Silverstone (England).
Meanwhile, Grove racer Nick Heidfeld - who finished second at Monaco - was slapped with a $2800 fine for pit lane speeding on Saturday.