Quick reference guide to the 2014 F1 season

We’re just a couple of sleeps away from the start to the most unpredictable Formula 1 season in recent memory. Is anyone else excited?!

Judging by pre-season testing form we’ll be lucky if half of the 22 cars entered in Melbourne finish the race. Remember, too, there’s just five complete power units available per driver all year, so we suspect reliability will have a big say in the outcome of both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships.

After the break you’ll find a full calendar with start Australian Eastern start times, a list of all the drivers and their new permanent numbers along with links to all of the new cars for 2104.

Right now it looks like the Mercedes power unit is the weapon of choice, with Renault proving the least reliable. Let’s see what happens between now and 23 November when double points are up for grabs at the final race in Abu Dhabi.

For easy reference be sure to save this link: ausm.tv/f1guide2014

2014 F1 calendar

RoundDateGrand PrixTime*
1March 16AUSTRALIA (Melbourne)5:00pm
2March 30MALAYSIA (Sepang)7:00pm
3April 6BAHRAIN (Sakhir)1:00am (Monday)
4April 20CHINA (Shanghai)5:00pm
5May 11SPAIN (Barcelona)10:00pm
6May 25MONACO (Monaco)10:00pm
7June 8CANADA (Montreal)4:00am (Monday)
8June 22AUSTRIA (Red Bull Ring)10:00pm
9July 6BRITAIN (Silverstone)10:00pm
10July 20GERMANY (Hockenheim)10:00pm
11July 27HUNGARY (Budapest)10:00pm
12August 24BELGIUM (Spa)10:00pm
13September 7ITALY (Monza)10:00pm
14September 21SINGAPORE (Marina Bay)10:00pm
15October 5JAPAN (Suzuka)5:00pm
16October 12RUSSIA (Sochi)10:00pm
17November 2USA (Austin)7:00am (Monday)
18November 9BRAZIL (Interlagos)3:00am (Monday)
19November 23ABU DHABI (Yas Marina)Midnight (Monday)
Correct as at 13.3.14*Australian Eastern

2014 F1 entry list

No.DriverCountryTeamPower unit
1Sebastian VettelGERInfiniti Red Bull RacingRenault
3Daniel RicciardoAUSInfiniti Red Bull RacingRenault
44Lewis HamiltonGBRMercedes AMG PetronasMercedes
6Nico RosbergGERMercedes AMG PetronasMercedes
14Fernando AlonsoESPScuderia FerrariFerrari
7Kimi RaikkonenFINScuderia FerrariFerrari
8Romain GrosjeanFRALotus F1 TeamRenault
13Pastor MaldonadoVENLotus F1 TeamRenault
22Jenson ButtonGBRMcLaren MercedesMercedes
20Kevin MagnussenDENMcLaren MercedesMercedes
27Nico HulkenbergGERSahara Force IndiaMercedes
11Sergio PerezMEXSahara Force IndiaMercedes
99Adrian SutilGERSauber F1 TeamFerrari
21Esteban GutierrezMEXSauber F1 TeamFerrari
25Jean-Eric VergneFRAScuderia Toro RossoRenault
26Daniil KvyatRUSScuderia Toro RossoRenault
19Felipe MassaBRAWilliams F1 TeamMercedes
77Valtteri BottasFINWilliams F1 TeamMercedes
17Jules BianchiFRAMarussia F1 TeamFerrari
4Max ChiltonGBRMarussia F1 TeamFerrari
10Kamui KobayashiJPNCaterham F1 TeamRenault
9Marcus EricssonSWECaterham F1 TeamRenault

Infiniti Red Bull Racing

Red Bull RB10

Chassis: RB10

1. Sebastian Vettel (GER) VET
3. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) RIC

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team

Chassis: F1 W05

44. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) HAM
6. Nico Rosberg (GER) ROS

Scuderia Ferrari

Chassis: F14 T

14. Fernando Alonso (ESP) ALO
7. Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) RAI

Lotus F1 Team

Chassis: E22

8. Romain Grosjean (FRA) GRO
13. Pastor Maldonado (VEN) MAL

McLaren Mercedes

Kevin Magnussen, McLaren MP4-29

Chassis: MP4-29

22. Jenson Button (GBR) BUT
20. Kevin Magnussen (DEN) MAG

Sahara Force India F1 Team

Chassis: VJM07

27. Nico Hulkenberg (GER) HUL
11. Sergio Perez (MEX) PER

Sauber F1 Team

Chassis: C33

99. Adrian Sutil (GER) SUT
21. Esteban Gutierrez (MEX) GUT

Scuderia Toro Rosso

Chassis: STR9

25. Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA) VER
26. Daniil Kvyat (RUS) KVY

Williams Martini Racing

2014 Williams Martini Racing FW36

Chassis: FW36

77. Valtterri Bottas (FIN) BOT
19. Felipe Massa (BRA) MAS

Marussia F1 Team

Chassis: MR03

17. Jules Bianchi (FRA) BIA
4. Max Chilton (GBR) CHI

Caterham F1 Team

Chassis: CT05

10. Kamui Kobayashi (JPN) KOB
9. Marcus Ericsson (SWE) ERI

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