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FEBRUARY 14, 2004

The full Formula 1 entry list for 2004

With Giorgio Pantano confirmed at Jordan, the full field for the Formula 1 World Championship is now known. The list of drivers is as follows:

The list is as follows: 1, Michael Schumacher, Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, Ferrari; 2, Rubens Barrichello, Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, Ferrari; 3, Juan Pablo Montoya, BMW Williams F1, Williams-BMW; 4, Ralf Schumacher, BMW Williams F1, Williams-BMW; 5, David Coulthard, West McLaren Mercedes, McLaren-Mercedes; 6. Kimi Raikkonen, West McLaren Mercedes, McLaren-Mercedes; 7, Jarno Trulli, Mild Seven Renault F1, Renault; 8, Fernando Alonso, Mild Seven Renault F1, Renault; 9, Jenson Button, Lucky Strike BAR Honda, BAR-Honda; 10, Takuma Sato, Lucky Strike BAR Honda, BAR-Honda; 11, Giancarlo Fisichella, Sauber Petronas, Sauber-Petronas; 12, Felipe Massa, Sauber Petronas, Sauber-Petronas; 14, Mark Webber, Jaguar Racing, Jaguar-Cosworth; 15, Christian Klien, Jaguar Racing, Jaguar-Cosworth; 16, Cristiano da Matta, Panasonic Toyota Racing, Toyota; 17, Olivier Panis, Panasonic Toyota Racing, Toyota; 18, Nick Heidfeld, Jordan Ford, Jordan-Ford; 19, Giorgio, Jordan Ford, Jordan-Ford; 20, Gianmaria Bruni, Minardi Cosworth, Minardi-Cosworth; 21, Zsolt Baumgartner, Minardi Cosworth, Minardi-Cosworth.

There remain a number of test drives to be decided with all but the top four teams allowed to run a third car on Friday mornings. BAR will run Anthony Davidson and Toyota will run Ricardo Zonta. It is anticipated that Sauber will run Luca Badoer and Jaguar Racing will almost certainly field a car for Formula 3000 Champion Bjorn Wirdheim. This means that there are two test drives available with Jordan and Minardi.