Fresh from another impressive result in the Japanese GP, the in-demand Nico Hulkenberg has denied finalising his future amid speculation he has signed a contract for the 2014 season. Although Hulkenberg's intentions are still unknown, it's understood by Sky Sports F1 that the 26-year-old, linked with Lotus as a replacement for the outgoing Kimi Raikkonen, has put pen to paper on a deal for next year.
However, the Sauber driver told Sky F1 after finishing sixth at the Japanese GP: "I'm sure it will happen in the next couple of weeks, I'm confident we will get something sorted."
Hulkenberg, who was also been touted for a return to Force India, has finished in the points at the last...
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