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Drivers - Jenson Button (McLaren), Adrian Sutil (Force India), Jules Bianchi (Marussia), Nico Hulkenberg (Sauber), Romain Grosjean (Lotus), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes). Q: A question to you all. Round six of a 19-race season coming up, the same points are up for grabs as any other Grand Prix. It’s just another race… or is it? Is Monaco the greatest race of them all? Jenson Button: Good afternoon. Is it the greatest of them all? I don’t know really. I think they’re all pretty special in their […]
Courtesy of the FIA Press Office DRIVERS – Timo GLOCK (Marussia), Nico HULKENBERG (Force India), Bruno SENNA (Williams), Kimi RAIKKONEN (Lotus), Sebastian VETTEL (Red Bull Racing), Sergio PEREZ (Sauber) PRESS CONFERENCE Timo, obviously you finished second here in 2009. Is that one of the reasons why you say this is your favourite race? Timo GLOCK: No, in general it’s just the event here, the show. The first time we were here in 2008 I just the track and the event and for sure being on the podium […]
Ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix, F1Zone.net sat down with Force India racer Nico Hulkenberg. F1Zone: Nico, Have you reflected on your performace so far this season during the summer break? Nico Hulkenberg: If you have some spare time you reflect a little bit on what you’ve done so far, what you’ve achieved. Quite few positives, few negatives, a few more points would’ve been nice but over all it’s a positive trend, especially the last couple of races before the summer break and it’s all […]
Reproduced with kind permission of the FIA Team representatives - Franz Tost (Toro Rosso), Riad Asmat (Caterham), Norbert Haug (Mercedes), Luis Perez-Sala (HRT), Eric Boullier (Lotus). Q: Franz, as it's your first time in the press conference this year, can you give us an assessment of your two new drivers? They've had time to settle down. Two drivers for whom there are a lot of new circuit too. Franz Tost: Yes. Daniel Ricciardo, our driver from Australia, he is a little bit more experienced, he did […]
An exclusive F1Zone interview with Nico Hulkenberg, as he discusses his season out of racing and looks ahead to his F1 return.
Nico Hulkenberg will be promoted to a race seat at Force India next season, replacing one of its current drivers, according to respected German magazine Auto Motor und Sport. There have been rumours within the past several weeks suggesting that the current Force India reserve driver will be replacing fellow German Adrian Sutil. The other driver under consideration to be part of Force India's 2012 driver line-up is Paul di Resta, 2011 winner of Autosport's Rookie of the Year. Force India team principal Vijay Mallya […]
Nick Heidfeld had to call a halt to his test day with Renault at Catalunya this morning due to lingering illness.But he was still well enough to talk to the media, so AUTOSPORT caught up with him to hear how things were going at RenaultQ. First of all,...