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Updated F1 2014 driver line-up

Latest 2014 F1 driver line-up following news that Jules Bianchi will remain with Marussia next season.
7 drivers so far announced for F1 2014, leaving 15 seats still to be officially confirmed...


Confirmed 2014 F1 drivers:

Sebastian Vettel Germany Red Bull-Renault
(Confirmed until the end of 2015)
Daniel Ricciardo Australia Red Bull-Renault
(Signed multi-year deal in September 2013, contract length not officially announced, but believed to be for 'at least' three years).

Fernando Alonso Spain Ferrari-Ferrari
(Contract runs until the end of 2016, but no doubt with clauses).
Kimi Raikkonen Finland Lotus-Renault
(Signed two year deal in September 2013)

Lewis Hamilton Britain Mercedes-Mercedes
(Deal expires at end of 2015)
Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes
(Signed 'multi-year deal' in November 2011)

Jules Bianchi France Marussia-Cosworth
(Signed deal for 2014, contract length not announced)


Still to be confirmed / Likely candidates for remaining seats...

Jenson Button Britain McLaren-Mercedes
(Signed 'multi-year deal' in October 2011. Confirmation believed to be a formality)
Sergio Perez Mexico McLaren-Mercedes
(Signed 'multi-year deal' in October 2012. Confirmation less certain, if F1 rumour mill is to be believed)

Romain Grosjean French Lotus-Renault
(Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced. Expected to be retained...)
Felipe Massa Brazil Lotus-Renault / Sauber-Ferrari
(Rumoured to be on his way to Lotus or possibly Sauber)
Nico Hulkenberg Germany Lotus-Renault
(Rumoured to be in the frame for the seat vacated by Kimi Raikkonen)

Sergey Sirotkin Russia Sauber-Ferrari
(Will drive for Sauber in 2014, subject to securing a super licence...)
Esteban Gutierrez Mexico Sauber-Ferrari
(Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced)
Vitaly Petrov Russia Sauber-Ferrari
(Rumoured to be in frame due to the arrival of Russian backers at the Swiss team...)
Rubens Barrichello Brazil Sauber-Ferrari
(Wild rumours suggest he could be in line for a comeback...)

Paul di Resta Britain Force India-Mercedes
(Signed deal for 2013, believed to be a one-year contract)
Adrian Sutil Germany Force India-Mercedes
(Signed deal for 2013, believed to be a one-year contract)

Pastor Maldonado Venezuela Williams-Renault
(Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced. Expected to remain at Williams for 2014)
Valtteri Bottas Finland Williams-Renault
(Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced)

Jean-Eric Vergne France Toro Rosso-Ferrari
(Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced)
Antonio Felix da Costa Portugal Toro Rosso-Ferrari
(Under consideration to replace Daniel Ricciardo)
Daniil Kvyat Russia Toro Rosso-Ferrari
(Under consideration to replace Daniel Ricciardo)
Carlos Sainz jr Spain Toro Rosso-Ferrari
(Under consideration to replace Daniel Ricciardo)

Charles Pic France Caterham-Renault
(Signed 'multi-year deal' in November 2012)
Giedo van der Garde Netherlands Caterham-Renault
(Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced)

Max Chilton Britain Marussia-Cosworth
(Signed deal for 2013, one-year deal only)


Retirement

Mark Webber Australia Red Bull-Renault
(Heading to sportscars with Porsche).



Related Pictures

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22.09.2013- Race, Jules Bianchi (FRA) Marussia F1 Team MR02
21.09.2013- Free practice 3, Jules Bianchi (FRA) Marussia F1 Team MR02
20.09.2013-  Free Practice 2, Jules Bianchi (FRA) Marussia F1 Team MR02
17.03.2013- Drivers F1 2013 photograph
14.04.2013- (L-D) Esteban Gutierrez (MEX), Sauber F1 Team C32, Sergio Perez (MEX) McLaren MP4-28, Felipe Massa (BRA) Scuderia Ferrari F138, Pastor Maldonado (VEN) Williams F1 Team FW35, Romain Grosjean (FRA) Lotus F1 Team E21 and Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F138 at drivers parade

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1Jez

October 04, 2013 1:34 AM

I don't care what happens with any further driver announcements so long as Hulkenberg gets a drive! He deserves the Lotus seat over any other driver on the market, hands down. Maldonado getting his super licence revoked would then just make my day. I'm a little surprised that Bianchi signed with Marussia for another season, I thought he would have gone further up the grid... must be a Ferrari backed deal.

raju

October 03, 2013 5:38 PM

he had his time in formula-1. he should be giving space for young and upcoming talent. if he is getting this seat and for sure he is bringing hectic sponsorship or takeover by foriegn playrs has something to do in brazil.



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