FIA publishes F1 2017 entry list

Formula 1’s 2017 entry list has finally been published by the FIA, with just four race seats needing to be filled.

FIA publishes F1 2017 entry list

Although teams lodged their entries for next year several weeks ago, Mercedes has already altered its details with Nico Rosberg being absent following the decision he made last week to retire.

The other seats up for grabs are the second seat at Sauber alongside Marcus Ericsson, and both cockpits at Manor. Teams have until the eve of the season-opener in March to nominate their drivers.

The only other point of interest is that Toro Rosso has not officially nominated the name of the Renault powerunits that it will be using next season.

Following the fallout between Red Bull’s teams and the French car manufacturer in 2015, a deal was made for the powerunits to be rebranded as TAG Heuer for the main team – and it is likely Toro Rosso will also not use the Renault name.

The entry list also confirms 2017 rookies Stoffel Vandoorne and Lance Stroll will race with numbers 2 and 18 respectively.

2017 F1 entry list:

Driver

Entrant

Team

Chassis

Engine

8

 Romain Grosjean

Haas Formula LLC

Haas F1 Team

Haas

Ferrari

20

 Kevin Magnussen

Haas Formula LLC

Haas F1 Team

Haas

Ferrari

27

 Nico Hulkenberg

Renault Sport Racing Ltd

Renault Sport Formula One Team

Renault

Renault

30

 Jolyon Palmer

Renault Sport Racing Ltd

Renault Sport Formula One Team

Renault

Renault

14

 Fernando Alonso

McLaren Racing Limited

McLaren Honda Formula 1 Team

McLaren

Honda

2

 Stoffel Vandoorne

McLaren Racing Limited

McLaren Honda Formula 1 Team

McLaren

Honda

TBC

TBC

Manor Grand Prix Racing Limited

Manor Racing MRT

MRT

Mercedes

TBC

TBC

Manor Grand Prix Racing Limited

Manor Racing MRT

MRT

Mercedes

44

 Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Limited

Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport

Mercedes

Mercedes

TBC

TBC

Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Limited

Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport

Mercedes

Mercedes

3

 Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull Racing Limited

Red Bull Racing

Red Bull Racing

TAG Heuer

33

 Max Verstappen

Red Bull Racing Limited

Red Bull Racing

Red Bull Racing

TAG Heuer

11

 Sergio Perez

Force India Formula 1 Team Limited

Sahara Force India F1 Team

Force India

Mercedes

31

 Esteban Ocon

Force India Formula 1 Team Limited

Sahara Force India F1 Team

Force India

Mercedes

9

 Marcus Ericsson

Sauber Motorsport AG

Sauber F1 Team

Sauber

Ferrari

TBC

TBC

Sauber Motorsport AG

Sauber F1 Team

Sauber

Ferrari

5

 Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari SPA

Scuderia Ferrari

Ferrari

Ferrari

7

 Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari SPA

Scuderia Ferrari

Ferrari

Ferrari

55

 Carlos Sainz Jr

Scuderia Toro Rosso SPA

Scuderia Toro Rosso

Scuderia Toro Rosso

TBC

26

 Daniil Kvyat

Scuderia Toro Rosso SPA

Scuderia Toro Rosso

Scuderia Toro Rosso

TBC

77

 Valtteri Bottas

Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited

Williams Martini Racing

Williams

Mercedes

18

 Lance Stroll

Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited

Williams Martini Racing

Williams

Mercedes

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