Posts Tagged ‘Nico Hulkenberg’
26 Jan 2011: Paul di Resta gets his F1 drive
And finally – the worst-kept secret in Formula One driving circles has been officially confirmed. Silverstone-based squad Force India has confirmed that young Scot Paul di Resta will be one of its race drivers for the 2011 season.
Williams rookie Nico Hulkenberg narrowly beat double world champion Fernando Alonso to the unofficial timesheet’s top spot during today’s testing at the Circuit de Catalunya.
21 Sep 2009: GP2: Algarve finale sees ART triumph
Nico Hulkenberg took 10 points from the inaugural GP2 visit to the Portimao circuit on Portugal’s Algarve to add a constructors’ title for his ART team to his own drivers’ championship win.
13 Sep 2009: GP2: Hulkenberg secures championship win
Nico Hulkenberg has become the first driver in the five-year history of GP2 to secure a championship victory before the last weekend of the season.
30 Aug 2009: GP2: Hulkenberg net winner after troubled weekend
Nico Hulkenberg looks to be two weekends away from securing this year’s GP2 championship after extending his lead during a troubled weekend at Spa-Francorchamps – despite a retirement in the sprint race.
23 Aug 2009: GP2: Hulkenberg holds off Petrov’s challenge
Nico Hulkenberg is a step closer to the GP2 2009 drivers’ title – and an almost-certain move to Williams F1 – after extending his lead over his nearest rival to 20 points.
26 Jul 2009: GP2: Hulkenberg’s win boosts F1 hopes
F1 hopeful Nico Hulkenberg has improved his chances of a drive with Williams next season after taking a win in Hungary and extending his lead at the top of the championship standings.
12 Jul 2009: GP2: Hulkenberg excels in front of home crowd
Nico Hulkenberg has displaced Barwa’s Romain Grosjean from the top of the GP2 championship after taking every point available to him in front of a home crowd in his native Germany.
Three different drivers took pole and two successive chequered flags during a sweltering weekend’s racing for the GP2 series in Turkey. And the upshot? Romain Grosjean losing his championship lead to team-mate Vitaly Petrov.