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Who is signed so far for the 2014 F1 World Championship...

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Webbertron

August 09, 2013 1:36 PM

As much as I love news about what drivers are doing, I have to say for God sake can we please just wait until the end of the year to know who's going where. I find it is annoying when people try to speculate about things a very long time in advance.

thelogicalview

August 09, 2013 4:17 PM

I'm sure there will be quite a lot of changes, at the end of the day F1 contracts are not worth the paper they are printed on. There are a number of drivers on one year contracts who have been having poor seasons and several supposedly safe seats that could suddenly change if the right person and the right money became available. Also if Raikonnen does go to Redbull will Lotus trust Grosjean to be No1 or will they try and pinch someone more suitable, we shall see!

Firestorm

August 09, 2013 6:19 PM

@Taz
Maybe daddy will try to put his money on another team which is more competitive than Marussia. Considering that except Ferrari, Red Bull, Mercedes and McLaren..all the other teams would welcome some cash.

wiscpaul

August 10, 2013 2:25 AM

Having a signed contract means nothing, Kimi had a contract from Ferrari, How'd that work out for him?
Also, EVERY team is willing to talk drivers for money. (Read Ferrari Santander deal) ALL options are on the table even signed drivers. Remember that the engines are changing next year so the teams that are hot now might not be soon. Honda (2015) and BMW are coming back in as engine suppliers. Hamilton knew when to switch teams, maybe some other drivers know something we don't.

richard

August 11, 2013 9:20 PM

firestorm. maxs daddy DID put his money in macca before. unfortunately ron wouldn't play ball and give a seat to max, so, the aon money was moved to a team that was not able to refuse.

19Krpm

August 12, 2013 3:35 AM

@pcxmax, I had the same opinion about Massa but that was before the accident which almost killed him.Montez says he's send warnings to MAssa but, truly, same as last year, the year before, there isn't someone with his driving skills and experience willing to become #2 at Scuderia racing with crybaby. Alonso has the shadow of crashgate following him and doubt anyone else in new generation or not could expect any future there. New engines will require a lot of communication between driver and engineering so I think most teams will tend to avoid making widespread personnel and driver for next year.

Zedd

August 12, 2013 2:45 PM

I think there are plenty of drivers that would be quite happy with being no.2 to Alonso. This becomes more obvious when you consider the complete lack of opportunity for up and coming drivers to take no.1 seats while Alonso, Hamilton, Button, and Kimi are still around. Thus, a no.2 at Ferrari isn't to be sniffed at.

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