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Not a list anyone ever wants to be on but Martin Brundle has named Nico Hulkenberg as one of the drivers who he feels never made the most of his talent in F1.
Nico Hulkenberg won’t be racing in F1 this season but says he is open to a 2021 return but only with a team that “has potential”.
Sebastian Vettel may or may not be considering retirement but Nico Hulkenberg has warned against writing off the Ferrari driver.
Nico Hulkenberg is at “peace” with his Formula 1 exit, saying he doesn’t feel like he has unfinished business with the sport.
Red Bull’s advisor Dr Helmut Marko has revealed that the talks between themselves and Nico Hulkenberg over a 2020 drive were initiated by the German.
It’s easy to see Nico Hulkenberg’s Formula 1 career as one of missed opportunities and unfulfilled potential, but that’s harsh on the German.
Weeks after the F1 season concluded, reality has hit for Nico Hulkenberg who feels it is “going to be a shock” not racing next year.
Nico Hulkenberg is 177 starts and out of Formula 1 but one person who won’t be offering him a shoulder to cry on his Mark Webber.
Nico Hulkenberg has stated his relief at reaching the end of what could be his last season in Formula 1.
Nico Hulkenberg escaped a penalty in Abu Dhabi despite the stewards stating that his actions in FP3 “posed a danger” to himself and Alexander Albon.
Nico Hulkenberg is looking to “disconnect” from racing for a few months when the F1 season ends as he assesses his 2020 options.
The curtain will fall on Nico Hulkenberg’s Renault career in Abu Dhabi and both parties are determined to achieve the “best possible result” at the season finale.
Sebastian Vettel hopes Nico Hulkenberg returns to Formula 1 in 2021, saying his countryman’s fate shows something is “not working properly” in F1.
Nico Hulkenberg may not have a seat on next year’s F1 grid but he says he doesn’t feel as if he is leaving the sport and will grab any opportunity the presents itself.
Daniel Ricciardo doesn’t believe Nico Hulkenberg’s F1 career is over despite the German failing to secure a 2020 race seat.
Nico Hulkenberg won’t be heading to the IndyCar series with Ed Carpenter Racing as the American revealed his team’s second driver is “not Nico Hulkenberg”.
Never let it be said that Jacques Villeneuve has sympathy for a driver’s career ending, saying Nico Hulkenberg is “lucky” to have been in F1 as long as he has.
Left without a F1 drive for next season, Nico Hulkenberg admits swapping to IndyCars is an option but only if he can stick to the road courses.
Nico Hulkenberg with a smile called Charles Leclerc a “lucky b*stard” considering how their junior careers were so similar, yet in F1 so different.
The Nico Hulkenberg to IndyCar rumours have resurfaced with the German reportedly receiving a fresh offer to join the series.
Nico Hulkenberg has taken to Twitter to rubbish reports of him signing a deal with BMW to become one of their DTM drivers.
Nico Hulkenberg won’t be returning to Williams next season, but could see himself driving for Alfa Romeo if the opportunity arises.
Red Bull may have denied that Nico Hulkenberg has a shot at the 2020 race seat but the rumours are refusing to die down.
Daniil Kvyat was left furious by his ten-second time penalty at the Mexican GP, saying such decisions “just kill the sport”.
Nico Hulkenberg was magnanimous towards Daniil Kvyat after their last-lap clash in Mexico, saying the accident was “just one of those things in racing”.
Daniil Kvyat says he has no regrets after dropping out of the points due to a time-penalty picked up for his last-lap collision with Nico Hulkenberg.
Nico Hulkenberg has ruled out spending next season on the F1 sidelines and returning a year later, saying if his F1 career is over, he’ll “handle” i
Thrown out of the Japanese GP for running an illegal driver aid, Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg want to put it behind them with a strong showing in Mexico.
Sergio Perez has bemoaned the situation that Nico Hulkenberg finds himself in, saying the fact that the German can’t get a seat for 2020 shows that “other factors” play a big role in F1.
Renault principal Cyril Abiteboul says there have been no talks with Nico Hulkenberg over a reserve driver role for 2020.