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Confirmed 2014 F1 Drivers line-up: 19 drivers so far announced for next season

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Just three seats still not filled in the next season drivers’ line-up. Two openings are available on Caterham and other on Marussia. Many news sources strongly reported that, Kobayashi will return to sport with Caterham.

Red Bull Racing

Sebastian Vettel (Confirmed until the end of 2015)
Daniel Ricciardo (Signed multi-year deal)

Mercedes AMG

Lewis Hamilton (Contract expires at end of 2015)
Nico Rosberg (Signed ‘multi-year deal’ in 2011)

Ferrari

Fernando Alonso (Contract runs until the end of 2016)
Kimi Raikkonen (Signed two year deal)

Lotus

Romain Grosjean (Signed deal for 2014 F1)
Pastor Maldonado (Signed deal for 2014 F1)

McLaren

Jenson Button (Signed ‘multi-year deal’ in 2011)
Kevin Magnussen (Signed for McLaren, contract length not shown)

Force India

Nico Hulkenberg (Signed a multi-year deal)
Sergio Perez (Signed a multi-year deal).

Sauber

Adrian Sutil (Signed a deal for Sauber, contract length not reveal)
Esteban Gutierrez (Signed deal for 2014, contract length not declare)

Toro Rosso

Jean-Eric Vergne – (Signed deal for 2013. Since confirmed for 2014)
Daniil Kvyat (Signed deal for 2014, Contract length not revealed)

Williams

Felipe Massa (Signed ‘multi-year deal’)
Valtteri Bottas (Signed deal for 2013, contract length not announced. Since confirmed for 2014)

Marussia

Jules Bianchi (Signed deal for 2014, contract length not announced)
TBC

Caterham

TBC
TBC

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