FIA confirms 2007 entry list

The FIA published the official entry list to next year's world championship on Monday, with world champion Fernando Alonso duly taking his number one to Vodafone McLaren Mercedes

FIA confirms 2007 entry list

The Spaniard's switch of teams means that Renault will have numbers three and four, thanks to their success in the constructors' championship.

The Honda Racing team, which will have numbers seven and eight for Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello, appear to have no title sponsor in place for 2007 with their official name being entered as Honda Racing F1 Team.

Scuderia Toro Rosso have not yet nominated either of their drivers, although Vitantonio Liuzzi and Scott Speed are expected to remain on board for another year.

The only other driver vacancy is at the renamed Spyker F1 Team, where Christijan Albers' teammate has not yet been identified.

 # Driver Team Constructor 1 Fernando Alonso (E) Vodafone McLaren McLaren 2 Lewis Hamilton (GB) Mercedes Mercedes 3 Giancarlo Fisichella (I) ING Renault F1 Team Renault 4 Heikki Kovalainen (FIN) 5 Felipe Massa (BR) Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 6 Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Marlboro 7 Jenson Button (GB) Honda Racing F1 Team Honda 8 Rubens Barrichello (BR) 9 Nick Heidfeld (D) BMW Sauber F1 Team BMW 10 Robert Kubica (PL) 11 Ralf Schumacher (D) Panasonic Toyota Toyota 12 Jarno Trulli (I) Racing 14 David Coulthard (GB) Red Bull Racing Red Bull 15 Mark Webber (AUS) Renault 16 Nico Rosberg (D) AT&T Williams Williams Toyota 17 Alex Wurz (A) 18 TBA Scuderia Toro Rosso STR Ferrari 19 TBA 20 Christijan Albers (NL) Spyker F1 Team Spyker Ferrari 21 TBA 22 Takuma Sato (J) TBA Super Aguri Super Aguri 23 Anthony Davidson (GB) F1 Team Honda 
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