Despite his talent behind the wheel, Nico Hulkenberg has spent his entire Formula One career making lateral move after lateral move—from Williams to Force India, to Sauber and back to Force India.
Now it seems the door is open for what looks, on the surface, like yet another move to a midfield team, albeit one that will finish the season some 150 points behind his current team.
German driver Nico Hulkenberg will leave the Force India team at the end of the Formula One season to join French manufacturer Renault
Nico Hülkenberg says he 'feels ready' to take on the leading role when he moves to Sauber in 2013, with the German preparing to enter his third season in Formula 1. Having opted to leave Force India for the Swiss outfit, the 25-year...
Nico Hülkenberg has signed a deal with Sauber for the 2013 Formula 1 season. The move, confirmed by the Swiss team on Wendesday morning, leaves a seat open at Force India alongside Paul di Resta who is expected to be retained.
Nico Hülkenberg says Renault's status as a manufacturer team was influential in his decision to move for 2017, and is aware…