Déjà vu for Nico Hulkenberg

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Updated: December 3, 2013

Nico Hulkenberg has confirmed reports that he is going to Force India by signing a so called ‘multi year deal’. In all probabilities the deal the deal will probably be until 2015,

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when if all goes well he’ll be snapped up by a bigger and better team. Nico has raced at the Silverstone based outfit before, in 2012 to be precise, and he was their test driver in 2011.

He left the team after being lured over to Sauber after their excellent 2012 campaign. Unfortunately the Swiss team endured a bad start to the season, with the car only just being fixed by Hungary. He did well to score their highest points finish but despite the progress, Hulkenberg could not be convinced to stay.

Back in the green and orange car - Nico Hulkenberg

Back in the green

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and orange car – Nico Hulkenberg

For 2014 Force India are sticking to Mercedes engines, and if the rumours are to be believed, they should be on for a good season as allegedly the Mercedes engines give out around 100hp more than their rivals. Hulkenberg is likely to be joined by Sergio Perez, who was cruelly dropped by McLaren after just one season. Sauber’s chief engineer Tom McCullough is also jumping ship to Force India from Sauber as well, his move will compliment Hulkenberg’s and in theory, Force India should be a team to look out for next year.

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