Nico Hülkenberg received praise from his own ranks, which co-driver Sergio Perez considers one of the three best drivers in Formula 1. The Mexican also emphasized that Hülkenberg is currently the best teammate he has ever had. "I certainly learned a lot from Nice," he said in an interview with Autosport magazine. "He's good and the strongest co-driver I've ever had," said Perez, who already had, say, world champion Jenson Button as his co-driver. "I count Nika among the three best drivers at the moment," praised Perez. “Once I stand in front of him, I know I can be better than other great drivers.” Force-India Chief Engineer Tom McCullough points out that both drivers are equally valuable to him and complement each other nicely. “We know yes
At the end of this season, the Sauber team showed good form and finished the races more and more. Of course, that means they weren’t so much preparing for the 2014 season, when we’re about to make significant changes to the rules, but at Sauber they insist that good form at the end of this season won’t affect the new, according to Tom McCullough: “To be honest, we didn’t we changed the car a lot, we only introduced one major update. We’ve been working on the race car for the 2014 season for a long time. Maybe we should really pay a little more attention to this year’s race car, but the team’s knowledge from this year’s race car will also be useful on the new one. Unfortunately, we had to pay a little less attention to this year's car because of the money, where we were very limited. ”So, according to the racing engineer, Sauber had everything
The team from Hinville is losing people, namely Nico Hulkenberg left the team, who "flew" in the direction of Force India, and is now the chief engineer. Tom McCullough will be with Force India from next year. In the background, there is a lot of talk that Russia's plan for Sauber's financial rescue has fallen through. Also in question is the former BMW factory now owned by Sauber. In addition, Sauber also strongly opposes the introduction of a third car, as they more than obviously have no money for it. The future of Sauber is therefore in great question, as there is no longer a "real" racer on the market who could lead the team to the desired goals.
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