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Hulkenberg expecting further changes in F1 pecking order

Nico Hulkenberg believes that the F1 establishment will continue to be shaken up as the teams work to understand the new technical formula in front of them this season.The German finished sixth in the first race of the new turbocharged V6 era in Melbourne but, with the likes of reigning world champion Red Bull and pre-season pacesetter Mercedes both running into problems, acknowledges that there is little that is predictable so far in 2014.With Hulkenberg's sixth place being backed up by Sergio Perez's promotion into the points several hours after the Australian Grand Prix had finished, Force India heads to round two in Malaysia this weekend holding down fifth place in the constructors'...
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