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Hulkenberg 'happy to be eighth' on the grid in China

April 19th, 2014 (F1Plus / Chris Cameron-Dow) - In a thoroughly wet qualifying session for the Chinese Grand Prix, Nico Hulkenberg managed to get his Force India into the top ten, eventually qualifying 8th. Sergio Perez struggled a bit more and could only manage the 16th fastest time. Hulkenberg was not completely happy with the setup of his car, but was nonetheless pleased to be in the top ten. He said after qualifying: “A top ten result is always what we are aiming for in qualifying, so from that perspective I am happy to be eighth. It was very wet out there and I was struggling a bit with the car balance under braking, but all in all I think we're in a good starting position for the...
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