F1 » Hulkenberg at centre of the action in Brazil

Nico Hulkenberg was one of the stars of the Brazil GP, leading more laps than any other driver at Interlagos but also penalised for a clash that put Lewis hamilton out of the race.

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bob - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 9:45 PM

I'm sorry, but the Hulk was ripped off!

He has a slide on a wet track that unfortunately takes out another car. He gets a drive through.

Vettel just clean turns into someone and takes out 2 cars, yet he gets no penalty????

Good to see F1 stewards inconsistency is totally consistent!


November 25, 2012 9:55 PM

According to the slow mo it was an accident, the commentary said it looks like an accident( BBC1 ) but race direction penalized him. So, what constitutes racing these days???????I'm getting seriously fed up of this sport.

Let the drivers race.

Accidents will happen.

Seb - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 12:06 AM

blublz, I'm sure when mclaren looks at malaysia ( perez 2nd - hulk 9th), canada (perez 3rd - hulk 12th, and italy (perez 2nd - hulk dnf), and realize they have a driver that can secure podiums, they know they made the right decision!

HUlkFan - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 1:05 AM

I think hulk delivered an extraordinary drive today given that force India always has outside chance of breaking top 6. I could only hope he could have stayed for 1 more year in FI specially when FI is scaling their investment. FI NEEDS hulk.

JB - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 1:40 AM

Hulkenberg and FI can count themselves very unlucky not to be on.the podium today. The stewards response to Alonso complaining about debris (not to mention the 40 sec gap) and the harsh drive through, really smacked of double standards.

Amigo - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 2:17 AM

Look! How Force India car was fast and consistency?
I believe Force India car is overall better than Sauber car and may be better than Sauber next year.
Inconsistency of driver in Force India which make them behind Sauber. Nico Hulkenberg is fast but he is the same rank as Romain Grojean and Pastor Maldonado but may be a little better.
P D Reseta, race on himself and crash to the wall.
This year car was designed and plan by James Key in Sauber. You can see after half season Sauber cars were a bit uncompetitive. Without James Key, we have to wait and see next year Sauber cars.
I hope Nico Hulkenberg will regret about moving to Sauber.


November 26, 2012 3:08 AM

@Seb True however when it was announced Perez was going to McLaren he fizzled. That's something McLaren will also take note. Apart from that collision with Lewis. Nico H was fantastic. I hope the top teams will keep an eye on him soon.

Hulkmania - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 3:37 AM

Both force india and mclaren missed HULK the hero.However mclaren regret taking sergio instead of nico.Even sergio finished on podium and hulk not hulk is better than a driver who didnt score a single point in last 7 races

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