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Renault Sport hires Hülkenberg for F1 team while ending awesome R.S. 01 one-make series

There are major changes afoot at Renault Sport Racing, the official motorsport division of French automaker Renault. First and foremost, the Renault Sport Formula One team on Friday announced that it has hired Nico Hülkenberg. The talented German racing driver is currently at Force India but will join Renault in 2017 as part of a multi-year...
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