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Hülkenberg hoping to exploit soft tyres

– Force India driver Nico Hülkenberg says Pirelli's decision to bring Super Soft and Soft tyres to this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix should be an advantage for the team.Hülkenberg has scored points in every race so far this season and as a result occupies sixth in the standings. But the German is aware that the short nature of the Red Bull Ring will seriously punish any minor errors and consequently believes that Force India must make the most of Pirelli's tyre choice."This race is one of the big question marks for everyone this year," Hülkenberg said of the event's return. "The track has some long straights and a few slow corners that should suit us, and we can...
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