Nico Hulkenberg departs Force India after the Brazilian GP and he wants to finish strongly.
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Q: Nico, another four points in Austin brings your total to 53. How do you look back on the second half of the year?
NH: It has been very positive. We had some good results in the first half too, but I think we found our consistency after the summer break. I think some of my best races were Japan and Korea where we didn't necessarily expect to do so well. To score points there was very satisfying. Also, races such as Austin, where I was under so much pressure towards the end are the moments I will remember from the second part of the year. These were races where we maximised everything.
Q: Your two-year spell with the team comes to an end this weekend. How much have you enjoyed being a part of Sahara Force India?
NH: First of all I want to thank everyone for believing in me and giving me the chance to return to Formula One this year as a race driver. I've learned a lot during the last two seasons, even as a third driver, and the time has flown by very quickly. It's a great team of people; they're fun to work with and I think we can be proud of the results we achieved together. That's why it was not an easy decision to leave, but I'm happy to be leaving with good memories. The task now is to end the year in style with a great result.
Paul di Resta
Q: Paul, after 19 races you've scored 46 points. Are you happy with the season as a whole?
Q: You raced in Brazil for the first time last year. Tell us about that experience...
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