F1 » Fuel problem denies Hulkenberg Sauber debut

Sauber has withdrawn the C32 of Nico Hulkenberg after discovering a fuel system fault prior to the start of the Australian Grand Prix.

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Amigo - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 5:19 PM

Sorry for Hulkenberg.
His move to Sauber doesn't prove to be better move.
Now Tororoso cars are better than last year, thanks to Key.
Hulkenberg will be regretted for rest of the season if he heritage Kamui Kobayashi's garage other than last year Perez garage.
I have no doubt about Perez garage was well funded and Koba's garage was under funded in last year.
Sauber must give more fund for Nico Hulkenberg garage. Nico Hulkenberg has brought 10 Millions Pound to Sauber from DEKRA.
I think he should deserve better car.

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