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There can be only one driver in pole position in any given race. Pole position refers to the first place starting position in the starting grid of a Formula One race. Since there can be only one driver starting in first place, there can be only driver in pole position as well.

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There are a total of 11 teams in the 2013 formula one season. Each team can field 2 race cars per race which means 2 drivers per race. So, a bare minimum of 22 drivers will drive in the 2013 formula one season. If any driver is injured or replaced mid-season then, the number might be even more. As of now the list of 2 drivers per team is published and can be found in Wikipedia or on the internet.

In a Formula 1 racing year there are usually 8 - 10 teams each with 2 drivers racing for every race. That makes around 16 - 20 drivers in each race The 2009 season has a total of 10 teams and 20 drivers competing in each race. This number may vary each season as teams may leave the F1 group or new teams may join the group.

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