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FIA reveals entry list for 2012 Formula 1 season

Start 2011 Abu Dhabi Grand PrixThe FIA has published the official entry list for the 2012 Formula 1 world championship.

The list reveals McLaren drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button will swap numbers next year, with Button taking #3 after finishing ahead of his team-mate this season.

Several teams appear with no drivers confirmed yet, with Kimi Raikkonen's team-mate at Lotus yet to be confirmed.

Force India had no drivers confirmed on the list, despite Nico Hulkenberg and Paul di Resta expected to be announced in its line-up soon.

Williams, Toro Rosso and HRT also had no drivers on the list, the Spanish squad having confirmed Pedro de la Rosa for 2012 earlier this month.

HRT also did not have an engine supplier attached to its name, but the Spanish outfit told AUTOSPORT it would use Cosworth engines and that only a paperwork issue had caused them not to appear on the list.

RED BULL RACING (A)
Red Bull Racing Renault

1. Sebastian Vettel
2. Mark Webber

VODAFONE MCLAREN MERCEDES (GB)
McLaren Mercedes

3. Jenson Button
4. Lewis Hamilton

SCUDERIA FERRARI (I)
Ferrari

5. Fernando Alonso
6. Felipe Massa

MERCEDES GP PETRONAS F1 TEAM (D)
Mercedes

7. Michael Schumacher
8. Nico Rosberg

LOTUS F1 TEAM (GB)
Lotus Renault

9. Kimi Raikkonen
10. TBA

SAHARA FORCE INDIA F1 TEAM (IND)
Force India Mercedes

11. TBA
12. TBA

SAUBER F1 TEAM (CHI)
Sauber Ferrari

14. Kamui Kobayashi
15. Sergio Perez

SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO (I)
STR Ferrari

16. TBA
17. TBA

AT&T WILLIAMS (GB)
Williams Renault

18. TBA
19. TBA

TEAM CATERHAM (MAL)
Caterham Renault

20. Heikki Kovalainen
21. Jarno Trulli

HRT F1 TEAM (E)
TBA

22. TBA
23. TBA

MARUSSIA F1 TEAM (RU)
Marussia Cosworth

24. Timo Glock
25. Charles Pic
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