F1 » Hülkenberg will be 'outstanding' in F1, argues Patrick Head


Nico Hülkenberg looks evermore likely to be a Williams F1 driver in 2010, with Patrick Head opining that the newly-crowned GP2 Series Champion would be 'outstanding' at the highest level

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Cardinal

October 19, 2009 3:44 PM

He seems to win every championship he enters. Obviously a very talented boy, is he gonna be Quick Nick II? Should definitely replace Cackajima, Rubens will be an excellent team mate for him.

Williams Fan 1 - Unregistered

October 19, 2009 8:05 PM

Good luck to the two new drivers. But Williams need to produce something much much better - it has been FAR too long at the middle/back. Prospects not looking good from the Cosworth side too with very much due respect. Can they compete with the excellent Mercedes power, the Ferrari Power and to a certain the extent Renault power? Potentially 10 teams utilising Cosworth? Where will that leave Williams? :?

XHannahX

October 19, 2009 8:12 PM

I can see Hulkenburg being very quick from the start, him and Rubens could be a great pairing, youth and experience in bundles! With a decent car (and without Nakajima), they could have a really good season!

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