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HRT missing, FIA published 2013 F1 teams and drivers entry list

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Next season Formula 1 campaign run with 11 teams, HRT fail to enter next season championship, after disappearance to find a buyer earlier than the FIA’s time limit for 2013 F1 entries on Friday.

Following the Spanish squad missing, 11 teams names list published by the governing body FIA on Saturday.

FIA official entry list for the 2013 F1 season holds just eleven teams; Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus, Mercedes, Sauber, Force India, Williams, Toro Rosso, Caterham and Marussia.

Previously Thesan Capital, owners of the team HRT declared that, ready to sale their teams for 40 million Euros following tough financial struggle. Some rumor said that Chinese company Chery Automobile among those concerned in discussed to keep HRT.

FIA – 2013 F1 teams and drivers entry list

  F1 2013 Teams and Drivers
  Team   Drivers’   Engine
  Red Bull Racing   Sebastian Vettel   Mark Webber   Renault
  Ferrari   Fernando Alonso   Felipe Massa   Ferrari
  McLaren-Mercedes   Jenson Button   Sergio Perez   Mercedes
 
  Lotus-Renault   Kimi Raikkonen   TBC   Renault
  Mercedes AMG   Lewis Hamilton   Nico Rosberg   Mercedes
   
  Sauber   TBA   TBA   Ferrari
   
  Force India   TBA   TBA   Mercedes
  Williams F1 Team   Pastor Maldonado   Valtteri Bottas   Renault
   
  Toro Rosso   TBA   TBA   Ferrari
   
  Caterham   TBA   TBA   Renault
   
  Marussia   Timo Glock   TBA   Cosworth
  # TBA – To Be Announced


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