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Who goes where in 2010?

A look at how the F1 grid is shaping up following confirmation of the Virgin Racing line-up
Virgin Racing has become the latest team to confirm its full driver line-up for the 2010 F1 season - with Lucas di Grassi teaming up with Timo Glock for the new campaign.

With Lotus having confirmed its line-up a day earlier, Crash.net looks at how the F1 grid is shaping up for next year, with a list of those drivers confirmed and those linked to the remaining vacant seats.

Have your say on the speculation by leaving a comment below...


McLaren-Mercedes:
Jenson Button
Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes Grand Prix:
Nico Rosberg
Michael Schumacher
Nick Heidfeld

Red Bull Racing:
Sebastian Vettel
Mark Webber

Ferrari:
Fernando Alonso
Felipe Massa

Williams:
Rubens Barrichello
Nico Hulkenberg

Renault:
Robert Kubica
Kamui Kobayashi
Jacques Villeneuve
Nick Heidfeld
Vitaly Petrov

Force India F1:
Adrian Sutil
Vitantonio Liuzzi

Scuderia Toro Rosso:
Sebastien Buemi
Jaime Alguersuari

Lotus F1:
Jarno Trulli
Heikki Kovalainen

Virgin Racing:
Timo Glock
Lucas di Grassi

Campos Meta 1:
Bruno Senna
Pedro de la Rosa
Vitaly Petrov
Pastor Maldonado

USF1:
Jose Maria Lopez
Jonathan Summerton
Marco Andretti
Kyle Busch
Jacque Villeneuve

Sauber:
Nick Heidfeld
Kamui Kobayashi
Christian Klien
Vitaly Petrov
Giancarlo Fisichella
Pedro de la Rosa

italics denotes speculation



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richard

December 15, 2009 7:15 PM

re the mention of usf1, i saw a report that it is likely the points system , proposed for 2010, will actually be dropped. oddly windy was the only one who voted against dropping it. i am still trying to work out why. funny that they were also the only ones to vote for having the right to sell on their entry. windy seems to want to be an influence on f1, without producing the goods. most odd!!



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