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FIA publishes final 2009 entry list

The FIA has published the official entry list for the 2009 Formula 1 championship ahead of this weekend's Australian Grand Prix.

The list includes the renamed Brawn GP team, which had been named as Honda in the previous version of the list.

The only other changes are Ferrari drivers Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen and Toro Rosso duo Sebastien Bourdais and Sebastien Buemi swapping numbers.

1 Lewis HAMILTON (GB)         VODAFONE McLAREN MERCEDES McLAREN MERCEDES
2 Heikki KOVALAINEN (FIN)     VODAFONE McLAREN MERCEDES McLAREN MERCEDES

3 Felipe MASSA (BRA) *        SCUDERIA FERRARI MARLBORO  FERRARI
4 Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN (FIN) *      SCUDERIA FERRARI MARLBORO FERRARI

5 Robert KUBICA (PL)          BMW SAUBER F1 TEAM BMW SAUBER
6 Nick HEIDFELD (D)           BMW SAUBER F1 TEAM BMW SAUBER

7 Fernando ALONSO (E)         ING RENAULT F1 TEAM RENAULT
8 Nelson PIQUET (BR)          ING RENAULT F1 TEAM RENAULT

9 Jarno TRULLI (I)            PANASONIC TOYOTA RACING TOYOTA
10 Timo GLOCK (D)             PANASONIC TOYOTA RACING TOYOTA

11 Sébastien BOURDAIS (F) *   SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO STR FERRARI
12 Sébastien BUEMI (CH) *     SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO STR FERRARI

14 Mark WEBBER (AUS)          RED BULL RACING RBR RENAULT
15 Sebastian VETTEL (D)       RED BULL RACING RBR RENAULT

16 Nico ROSBERG (D)           AT&T WILLIAMS WILLIAMS TOYOTA
17 Kazuki NAKAJIMA (J)        AT&T WILLIAMS WILLIAMS TOYOTA

18 Adrian SUTIL (D)           FORCE INDIA F1 TEAM FORCE INDIA MERCEDES
19 Giancarlo FISICHELLA (I)   FORCE INDIA F1 TEAM FORCE INDIA MERCEDES

20 Jenson BUTTON (GB)         BRAWN GP FORMULA ONE TEAM BRAWN MERCEDES
21 Rubens BARRICHELLO (BR)    BRAWN GP FORMULA ONE TEAM BRAWN MERCEDES

* Driver number change requested by the team and approved by the FIA.

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