F1 2010 – Revised Line-Up as at 1 Feb

I promised in an earlier post back on the old blog (also archived here somewhere) that I would update the F1 entry list as announcements were made. There have been a few changes since then so here is an updated list. Note that there has only been one official FIA Entry List released and that is the one from November, which is considerably out of date now, but then that’s par for the course with these things – I never trust the official lists no matter how much they are refreshed, until early March.

It was great to see the cars on track today! Here’s a short video, check out the ‘More From’ tab at YouTube for a couple more and be sure to return to this guy during the week, he’s brilliant.

Revised Entry List (Unofficial)

Vodafone McLaren Mercedes Mercedes Grand Prix
McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 Mercedes W01
1. Jenson Button 3. Michael Schumacher
2. Lewis Hamilton 4. Nico Rosberg
t. Gary Paffett
Red Bull Racing Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Red Bull-Renault RB6 Ferrari F10
5. Sebastian Vettel 7. Felipe Massa
6. Mark Webber 8. Fernando Alonso
t. Daniel Ricciardo, Brendan Hartley t. Giancarlo Fisichella
AT&T Williams F1 Renault F1 Team
Williams-Cosworth FW32 Renault R30
9. Rubens Barrichello 11. Robert Kubica
10. Nico Hülkenberg 12. Vitaly Petrov
t. Valterri Bottas t. Ho-Pin Tung, Jerome d’Ambrosio, Jan Charouz
Force India F1 Team Scuderia Toro Rosso
Force India-Mercedes VJM03 STR-Ferrari STR5
14. Adrian Sutil 16. Sebastien Buemi
15. Vitantonio Liuzzi 17. Jaime Alguersuari
Lotus F1 Racing Campos Meta 1
Lotus-Cosworth Campos Dallara-Cosworth
18. Jarno Trulli 20. tbc
19. Heikki Kovalainen 21. Bruno Senna
t. Fairuz Fauzy
US F1 Team Virgin Racing
USF1-Cosworth Virgin-Cosworth VR-01
22. José Maria López 24. Timo Glock
23. tbc 25. Lucas di Grassi
BMW Sauber F1 Team
BMW Sauber-Ferrari C29
26. Pedro de la Rosa
27. Kamui Kobayashi

EDIT – I’d love to do a list for IndyCar as well but the situation is so volatile at the moment with ‘name’ teams struggling and lots of part-season programmes, its just too hard to follow right now.

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