Free practice is getting underway at Silverstone ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix.
Drivers will have to deal with a wet track, with a month's rain due to fall over the next three days.
Pedro de la Rosa and Felipe Massa believe safety changes need to be made following the accident this week that cost Marussia test driver Maria De Villota her right eye.
Pedro de la Rosa, chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association said: "We will put the facts on the table to see if there is anything we need to change to improve.
"We need to make sure, between the FIA, the teams and the GPDA, that we make changes for the future because it's not good enough.
Massa, involved in his own accident three years ago that nearly cost him his life said:
"The FIA need to understand as well, to put everything in place for maximum safety that we need to have."
Test driver Maria De Villota has lost her right eye as a result of her accident yesterday, her team Marussia have confirmed.
Marussia test driver Maria De Villota is conscious after suffering what were initially described as "life-threatening injuries" in a test crash earlier today.
The 32-year-old Spaniard crashed into a support truck and it is understood she has been receiving treatment for head and face injuries.
The F1 Marussia Cosworth team are based in Banbury and there is further coverage on this story at ITV Meridian.
Maria de Villota is currently being treated for life threatening injuries at Addenbrookes Hospital after a collision with a lorry in her F1 test vehicle at Duxford Airfield in Cambridgeshire.
The following images were published on her team Marussia F1's twitter page before the race.
- Villota is the daughter of retired Formula One driver Emilio de Villota.
- This is the first season her team have competed as Marussia, after the Russian sports car manufacturer bought a controlling stake in the former Virgin team.
- Since 2001, Villota has competed in various Spanish motor races.
Maria de Villota, a test driver for the Marussia F1 team, was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries after her car collided with a lorry at Duxford Airfield this morning.
East of England Ambulance Service spokesman Gary Sanderson said:
The accident is said to have happened at low speed after Villota pulled off the track following a lap during which she reached speeds of about 200mph.
The crash involved a car from the Marussia F1 team.
The team's only female driver is Maria De Villota, 32, originally from Madrid, who has been racing since 1998.
This morning, the team's official Twitter account confirmed testing would take place at Duxford.
Referring to Villota, the team added: