FIA reveals official 2011 entry list

Formula 1's ruling body, the FIA, has published the 2011 entry list, with six teams yet to complete their line-ups for next season

FIA reveals official 2011 entry list

Red Bull, McLaren, Ferrari, Mercedes, Sauber and Lotus had their line-ups confirmed, with Sauber's new signing Sergio Perez the only new driver on the list.

Robert Kubica's team-mate at Renault and Rubens Barrichello's team-mate at Williams are yet to be revealed, the list confirmed.

Force India has not confirmed any of its drivers, while the list did not include any drivers at Toro Rosso either, despite the team having Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari under contract for next year.

Newcomers Virgin and Hispania did not have any drivers entered either.

The list also had the Lotus team entered as "Team Lotus" despite the row over the use of the name.

Red Bull Racing 1. Sebastian Vettel 2. Mark Webber Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 3. Jenson Button 4. Lewis Hamilton Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 5. Fernando Alonso 6. Felipe Massa Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 7. Michael Schumacher 8. Nico Rosberg Renault F1 Team 9. Robert Kubica 10. TBA AT&T Williams 11. Rubens Barrichello 12. TBA Force India F1 Team 14. TBA 15. TBA Sauber F1 Team 16. Kamui Kobayashi 17. Sergio Perez Scuderia Toro Rosso 18. TBA 19. TBA Team Lotus 20. Jarno Trulli 21. Heikki Kovalainen HRT F1 Team 22. TBA 23. TBA Marussia Virgin Racing 24. TBA 25. TBA 
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