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Hulkenberg expecting rapid development rate

Sahara Force India Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg is expecting a rapid development rate as the 2014 season progresses. Hulkenberg finished in sixth place in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix and believes the pecking order will change on a race-by-race basis in 2014. "This year we'll see bigger jumps and changes in the pecking order during the season," he said. "There are still some teams that need to sort out their issues and they will probably become stronger. All teams, including us, will have room for improvement and development is going to be very fast." The German is anticipating this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix to present a tougher challenge to the...
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