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Here’s your 2014 official entry list for the Formula 1 season. Looks like Max has remained on the list for Marussia. There are two seats left in F1 at Caterham and it remains to be seen who will take them but who do you think will be wearing green in 2014?

 

Choosen Race N°

Driver’s Name

Company Name

Team Name

Name of the Chassis

Name of the Engine

1 *

Sebastian VETTEL (DEU) RED BULL RACING (AUT) Infiniti Red Bull Racing Red Bull Racing Renault

3

Daniel RICCIARDO (AUS) RED BULL RACING(AUT) Infiniti Red Bull Racing Red Bull Racing Renault

44

Lewis HAMILTON (GBR) MERCEDES-BENZ GRAND PRIX LTD (DEU) Mercedes Gp Petronas Formula One Mercedes Mercedes

6

Nico ROSBERG (DEU) MERCEDES-BENZ GRAND PRIX LTD (DEU) Mercedes Gp Petronas Formula One Mercedes Mercedes

14

Fernando ALONSO (ESP) FERRARI SpA (ITA) Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari Ferrari

7

Kimi RAIKKONEN (FIN) FERRARI SpA (ITA) Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari Ferrari

8

Romain GROSJEAN (FRA) LOTUS RENAULT F1 LTD (GBR)** Lotus F1 Team Lotus Renault

13

Pastor MALDONADO (VEN) LOTUS RENAULT F1 LTD (GBR)** Lotus F1 Team Lotus Renault

22

Jenson BUTTON (GBR) VODAFONE MCLAREN RACING LTD (GBR) McLaren Mercedes McLaren Mercedes

20

Kevin MAGNUSSEN (DEN) VODAFONE MCLAREN RACING LTD (GBR) McLaren Mercedes McLaren Mercedes

27

Nico HULKENBERG (DEU) FORCE INDIA FORMULA 1 TEAM LTD (IND) Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India Mercedes

11

Sergio PEREZ MENDOZA (MEX) FORCE INDIA FORMULA 1 TEAM LTD(IND) Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India Mercedes

99

Adrian SUTIL (DEU) SAUBER MOTORSPORT AG (CHE) Sauber F1 Team Sauber Ferrari

21

Esteban GUTIERREZ (MEX) SAUBER MOTORSPORT AG (CHE) Sauber F1 Team Sauber Ferrari

25

Jean-Eric VERGNE (FRA) SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO SPA (ITA) Scuderia Toro Rosso Scuderia Toro Rosso Renault

26

Daniil KVYAT (RUS) SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO SPA (ITA) Scuderia Toro Rosso Scuderia Toro Rosso Renault

19

Felipe MASSA (BRA) WILLIAMS GD PRIXENGINEERING LTD (GBR) Williams Team F1 Williams Mercedes

77

Valtteri BOTTAS (FIN) WILLIAMS GD PRIXENGINEERING LTD (GBR) Williams Team F1 Williams Mercedes

17

Jules BIANCHI (FRA) MANOR GRAND PRIX RACING LTD (RUS)** Marussia F1 Team Marussia Ferrari

TBA

Max CHILTON (GBR) MANOR GRAND PRIX RACING LTD (RUS)** Marussia F1 Team Marussia Ferrari
TBA 1MALAYSIA RACING TEAM SDN BHD Caterham F1 Team Caterham Renault
TBA 1MALAYSIA RACING TEAM SDN BHD Caterham F1 Team Caterham Renault

 

* For the duration of his F1 career, Sebastian Vettel chose N°5

** Subject to confirmation

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  • dude

    Haha, 2 of my fav number is in there. #13 is very well suited for Maldonado, I might have to root for him this season. I didn’t think anyone would actually choose it. #99 for Sutil is really cool as well.

    No one seems to pick up 24 or 69 though.

  • Tom Firth

    I’m sorry for being far too picky but that’s poor quality from the FIA , Williams GD Engineering and Lotus former company name plus as far as I’m aware, Mclaren have never included Vodafone in its company name, was Mclaren International than Mclaren Racing Ltd.

    Yes I’m been picky but it’s the FIA, if anyone should get it right, it’s them.

    • J0J0

      I might be wrong here but I think the actual F1 team does in fact use the Vodafone word in official FIA communications.

    • dude

      Should get used it to in today’s commercial world, I’m surprised this commercial naming scheme isn’t used more strictly in F1 and by drivers when being interviewed. The name would be:
      Bahrain Mobile1 Vodafone McLaren F1 Team.

    • I actually do believe the official name of the F1 team is Vodafone McLaren Mercedes, tom. Obviously it has changed now I would imagine with a new sponsor. I think I saw a blurb on that a week or so ago.

      • Tom Firth

        Ok perhaps I’m wrong then but Companies house in the United kingdom has MCLAREN RACING LIMITED with one name change from Mclaren International , MCLAREN AUTOMOTIVE LIMITED and MCLAREN FORMULA ONE LTD. The last being dormant and I would imagine the company names come from Companies House for UK based teams which matches up to records for the other teams.

        By the way excuse the capital letters, copy and paste.

        Right anyway really not that important, just me being rather picky, perhaps it has changed it’s name, I just always thought Vodafone Mclaren Mercedes was the team name entered and nothing to do with the company name. Although I could be wrong.

  • Julian

    It’s fun trying to work out the driver’s motivation for picking the numbers they did. Here’s a couple…

    Pastor Maldanado must have chosen 13 so he can blame all of his crashes next year on being unlucky. I also predict he will have 13 crashes.

    Lewis must have chosen his because he has such difficulty in remembering the dial code when he phones his Mom, now he can just check his helmet.

  • Andreas

    So, nobody chose #2 then? :-D

    Interesting that Lotus’ and Marussia’s participation next year is “subject to confirmation”… Why the hold-up?

  • mini696

    I want to know the reasoning behind the numbers.
    Button chose his because that was the number he ran in Brawn when he won the WDC.
    But that’s all I know.

    • Philippe

      Vettel 5, also the number he won his first championship with.
      I think Alonso used to run with 14 in karting.
      Rosberg 6, is the number his father had when he won the title.

    • Philippe

      And Kimi tells ferrari.com why he chose 7:
      “There’s no particular story linked to it. It’s the number I already had last year and I saw no reason to change it. I like it which is good enough isn’t it?”
      Good old Kimi.

    • FlatTirePhil

      Lewis Hamilton chose 44, according to Reuters, because: “Hamilton shot to fame winning the Champions of the Future series in his junior career with the No 44 adorned on his kart, and the British star will be hoping for similar success when the new campaign begins in Australia in March.”

  • Tom Firth

    For Caterham I think Marcus Erricson and keep Pic or Van Der Garde.