The FIA published the final list of entrants for the 2012 FIA World Rally Championship today.
Eight teams are included, although while WRC MINI Team Portugal is listed, and will field two cars for Armindo Araujo and Paulo Nobre, neither will be able to score points in the manufacturers' championship.
The Go Fast Energy WRT of Matt Wilson and Henning Solberg meanwhile has not been registered. Wilson has missed the last few events through injury, while Henning has been absent since Mexico due to a 'contractual issue' with a sponsor.
The full list is thus as follows...
2012 FIA World Rally Championship - List of entrants:
1. Citroen Total World Rally Team
Sebastien Loeb Citroen DS3 WRC
2. Citroen Total World Rally Team
Mikko Hirvonen Citroen DS3 WRC
3. Ford World Rally Team
Jari-Matti Latvala Ford Fiesta RS WRC
4. Ford World Rally Team
Petter Solberg Ford Fiesta RS WRC
12. WRC MINI Team Portugal
Armindo Araujo MINI John Cooper Works WRC
14. WRC MINI Team Portugal
Paulo Nobre MINI John Cooper Works WRC
5. M-Sport Ford World Rally Team
# Ford Fiesta RS WRC
6. M-Sport Ford World Rally Team
# Ford Fiesta RS WRC
7. Qatar World Rally Team
Nasser Al-Attiyah Citroen DS3 WRC
8. Citroen Junior World Rally Team
Thierry Neuville Citroen DS3 WRC
9. Brazil World Rally Team
Daniel Oliveira Ford Fiesta RS WRC
10. Adapta World Rally Team
Mads Ostberg Ford Fiesta RS WRC
# Drivers competing under the M-Sport Ford WRT banner will vary throughout the season. Ott Tanak and Evgeny Novikov are nominated for Argentina at the end of this month;
*denotes will do all events;
**denotes will do all events, except Monte Carlo;
***denotes nominated 8 events to score team points on (Mexico, Portugal, Argentina, Greece, Finland, Germany, Britain and France);
****denotes nominated 7 events to score team points on;
For the record, Mads Ostberg didn't score manufacturers' points for the Adapta WRT following his win in Portugal, as it wasn't one of his seven nominated events. The Adapta WRT has nominated Mexico, Argentina, Finland, Germany, Britain, France and Spain.