F1 » Sauber confirms Hulkenberg deal

Sauber signs Nico Hulkenberg as its first driver for the 2013 F1 season

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Yamaha r1 - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 8:39 AM

I don't know why people are giving senna so much stick if you take away crashdanaldos flook Spanish win and senna would have about 5 times the points of him and if he just had someone to take him under his wing like seb has helmut marko and coach him a point him in the right direction then I believe he could be excellent and could you imagine if ayrton was still alive and coaching him...

And I really don't understand why whitmarsh signed Perez yes he has had a couple of podiums but he lucked into them kob won his fair and square and is it me but since signing for mclaren Perez has turned into a hot head and driving like a rookie.

It is such a shame to see what is meant to be the pinnacle of Motorsport being dominated by lads with bigger wallets than talent when I thought f1 was always meant to be for the best drivers in the world and not those who have the biggest sponsor backing.

piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 9:00 AM

Much as I'd love to see KK stay in f1 (and frankly have never even noticed NH), any of you who don't think that even the biggest teams take regard of what financial package a driver brings with him are kidding yourselves. For example, and no reflection on FA's abilities, but doesn't his presence at Ferrari result in multi-tens of millions of quid arriving at their door from Santander? It's reasonably likely that without the bags of gold brought to teams by drivers we would either have a twelve car grid or only twelve cars achieving the 107 per cent level.

Iceman - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 11:01 AM

Hulk is really talented and level headed, he reminds very much Kimi of Mclaren days. I hoped Mclaren would get him for 2013 but unfortunately they got Perez who is good but very inconsistent.

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