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FIA reveal driver numbers

The FIA have revealed the driver numbers for the 2014 season with Lewis Hamilton choosing '44' and Sebastian Vettel to be badged as number '1' having requested '5' for the duration of his career.Ferrari pair Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will use '14' and '7' respectively, while Pastor Maldonado, ever the contrarian, has opted for 13. The governing body's release of the 2014 entry sheet also confirms that Max Chilton will stay on at Marussia, although the Englishman has yet to be allocated a number. Curiously, the entries of both Lotus drivers, as well as those of Marussia pair Chilton and Jules Bianchi, are marked as 'subject to confirmation'. Lotus confirmed last week they will not...
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