Hulkenberg looking to move on following Formula 1 career

14-12-2019 18:30
by Joseph Tyrrell
F1 News
Hulkenberg looking to move on following Formula 1 career

Nico Hulkenberg's Formula 1 career looks to be over as he leaves the sport after ten years of participation. The German insists he is happy with the spell he's had in the pinnacle of motorsport.

Hulkenberg had spells with Williams, Force India, Sauber and Renault during his time in Formula 1 achieving two fastest laps and one pole position at the 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix. He concluded his time in Formula 1 with Renault but finished behind Daniel Ricciardo in 2019.

Reflecting on his time in Formula 1, Hulkenberg looked back without any regrets.

“I’m not the guy who says ‘coulda, woulda, shoulda’ because it has gone,” Hulkenberg told the F1 website.

“It happened, it’s the way it is. You have to learn from it. At some point, you need to close that chapter, move on and try to do better.

"Of course there are situations if I were to relive them, which I would do differently. But overall, I’m happy. I’m not bitter.

“I would have loved to have a couple of podiums or victories to my name. But I was never fortunate enough to be in a top car.

"There were certainly moments to get podiums, but unfortunately there was always a circumstance that prevented it.”

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