Despite recent criticism that F1 is no longer a drivers' race, Nico Hulkenberg insists it is the man in the cockpit that makes the difference.
The sport switching to 1.6-litre turbocharged engines and limiting the amount of fuel drivers can use per grand prix, there are some who believe the pit wall now holds all the power.
Recently former Champion Jacques Villeneuve had a go at F1 saying it is "not epic anymore, the drivers are not heroes."
However, Hulkenberg believes it is still up to the driver to make a difference.
"As a driver there is more to learn and a lot of stuff to do," he told Autosport. "The workload on the steering wheel will be more.
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