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Sebastian Vettel (No. 1) of Germany and Australia’s Mark Webber (No. 2) for Red Bull Racing-Renault
(Red Bull/Brandon Malone/Red Bull/Reuters)
Fernando Alonso (No. 3) of Spain and Felipe Massa (No. 4) of Brazil for Ferrari
Jenson Button (No. 5) of England and Sergio Perez (No. 6) of Mexico for McLaren-Mercedes
Kimi Raikkonen (No. 7) of Finland and Romain Grosjean (No. 8) of France for Lotus-Renault
Germany’s Nico Rosberg (No. 9) and Lewis Hamilton (No. 10) of England for Mercedes GP
Nico Hulkenberg (No. 11) of Germany and Esteban Gutierrez (No. 12) of Mexico for Sauber-Ferrari
Paul di Resta (No. 14) of England and Adrian Sutil (No. 15) of Germany for Force India-Mercedes
(Force India/Brandon Malone Force India/Reuters)
Venezuela’s Pastor Maldonado (No. 16) and Finnish rookie Valtteri Bottas (No. 17) for the Williams-Renault
(Williams F1/Daniel Munoz/Williams F1 and Reuters)
France’s Jean-Eric Vergne (No. 18) and Daniel Ricciardo (No. 19) of Australia for Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari
(STR / Daniel Munoz/STR and Reuters)
Charles Pic (No. 20) of France and Giedo van der Garde (No. 21) of the Netherlands for Caterham-Renault
England’s Max Chilton (No. 23) and Jule Bianchi (No. 22) of France for Marussia-Cosworth
(Marussia/Daniel Munoz/Marussia and Reuters)