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Entertainment Hülkenberg is "exactly the right man" for Red Bull

08:25  21 october  2020
08:25  21 october  2020 Source:   ran.de

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However, Hulkenberg has admitted that driving for Red Bull is still “a dream” for him. “ That proves quite difficult in Formula 1. We know unless you have the right weapon or crazy circumstances The only question is, will Hulkenberg take the bait? Admittedly, Williams are not exactly the best team on

Red Bull has ruled out the possibility of Nico Hulkenberg joining the team in 2020, saying the Just 24 hours later, Hulkenberg suffered another setback with Red Bull also ruling him out. While there's still a glimmer of hope, Hulkenberg is remaining optimistic. " Right now I don't know [what I will do]

According to Heidfeld,

Cologne (SID) - Former Formula 1 driver Nick Heidfeld would like to see "fireman" Nico Hülkenberg as a regular driver in a Red Bull in the coming season. The Emmericher is "exactly the right man for the job next to Max Verstappen," wrote the TV expert in his Sky column on the premier class.

Nick Heidfeld bricht eine Lanze für Nico Hülkenberg © AFPSIDTOBIAS SCHWARZ Nick Heidfeld breaks a lance for Nico Hülkenberg

Hülkenberg last jumped in at the Nürburgring as a replacement for the sick Canadian Lance Stroll at Racing Point and finished eighth. In August, the 33-year-old took the place of Stroll's Mexican team-mate Sergio Perez at Silverstone. Hülkenberg does not yet have a cockpit for 2021.

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Nicolas "Nico" Hülkenberg (born 19 August 1987 in Emmerich am Rhein, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany) is a German racing driver who is currently driving for Racing Point. He started at Williams in 2010 where he scored his maiden pole position at the Brazilian Grand Prix

That year, he managed to score pole position at the Brazilian GP. In his entire F1 career, he has raced for Williams, Sauber, Force India and now, Renault. Many have considered Hulkenberg to be one of the unluckiest drivers. He has the potential to be a podium finisher and maybe even winner, but he


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Second Red Bull driver next to the Dutchman Verstappen is the World Cup seventh Alexander Albon from Thailand. Heidfeld is bothered by "how Albon has been courted so far this season. From a tactical point of view, I can understand that," said the 43-year-old: "But you have to be amazed when you consider how Red Bull has done with his in the past Drivers, even replaced them during the season. "

The services of Albon could "simply not allow a top team like RB in the long run". As number two behind Verstappen, Hülkenberg "has to show constant performance. I trust Nico 100 percent."

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