All current F1 teams likely to enter 2013 season 7 August, 2012 Aug.7 (GMM) Despite uncertainty around the new Concorde Agreement, all of the current 12 competing F1 teams will almost certainly line up on the 2013 grid. Originally, the FIA imposed a June 30 deadline for teams to apply to contest next year’s world championship. But that date came and went, shortly after the World Motor Sport Council approved an extension of the deadline to the end of September. However, it has emerged that all of the teams met the original June 30 entry deadline anyway – even though some teams, most notably Mercedes, have yet to agree a new ‘Concorde’ with Bernie Ecclestone. The FIA also has not signed on with the sport’s 81-year-old chief executive, despite Jean Todt saying in mid June that he wanted a new deal to be finalised “in the coming weeks”. “I believe all teams entered [for 2013],” McLaren and FOTA chief Martin Whitmarsh said, “but the FIA has redefined the entry time at the moment, so I presume all of the teams will re-enter within the new time frame. “The FIA has asked us to resubmit our entries at a later date,” he added. Subbed by AJN. Tweet JuniorJohnson Mine bruther and I want to enter our own Formula 1 team. We’ve decided that next years a little bit earlier so we aiming for 2014. Once we have got sponsorship from a big company like Mcdonals we are going to be one of the best teams even better than Red Bull. Mine brother has lots of experience with drawings and freestyle, he should be able to design a good car for us.