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Hulkenberg expecting stay at Force India for 2013 F1

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Force India current speedy expecting he will stay at Sahara Force India for 2012 Formula 1 season. In 2010 F1 season the German debut with Williams’ F1 and end of 2010 season losing his seat at Williams, Following Nico joins Silverstone based F1 squad as a test driver role.

In this season he was promoted to race driver. Force India has not made any talk about of its driver line-up for 2013 F1 and in recent years has sorted it over the winter, but when asked, Hulkenberg said he will stay with Force India next year.

“I’m happy here at Sahara Force India, I can see myself staying here,” Hulkenberg told the media on Thursday.

2010 F1 he was earned 22 points from 19 races with a pole position. This season he scored 19 points from first 10 races and standing on 15th in the drivers’ championship.

“Since we’ve come to Europe I feel I’ve been getting better and better,” he added.

“I feel more comfortable and that the experience is helping a bit. I feel it’s going in a positive direction, which is good to know and it’s good to have that feeling.”


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