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Permanent driver numbers revealed, entry list confirmed

Sebastian Vettel will race in the 2014 Formula One season with the number 1 on his car as the German decided to continue with it despite the opportunity of using his permanently assigned number. The reigning world champion, however, has chosen No. 5 as his number for the rest of the career, which he will run when he loses the title. Most of the other drivers opted for numbers they carried during their karting days including Daniel Ricciardo (No. 3), Lewis Hamilton (No. 44) and Fernando Alonso (No. 14). Alonso chose 14 as he won a karting championship at the age of 14 on July 14 in kart number 14. In contrast, his teammate Kimi Raikkonen's choice could not get any more simpler....
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