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How can he not blame the car, he clearly beat one of the drivers in the Force India last year who is now getting some decent points on the board. Furthermore his teammate is absolutely nowhere in the same car and even got beaten by a Caterham in the race last Sunday.
The Sauber is looking decidedly mediocre this season, I hope for Hulkenberg he made the Sauber deal with the promise of better things to happen in the future (Ferrari) otherwise he may end up kicking himself come the end of his F1 carreer for making this move.