Nico Hulkenberg says he is pleased with finishing seventh in today's German Grand Prix, with his run of consecutive top 10 finishes continuing.
The Force India driver lined up ninth on the grid for his home race but benefitted from the first-lap accident, involving Felipe Massa and Kevin Magnussen, to move up to sixth.
He was unable to hold on to the position and dropped to eighth in the final part of the race. However, a late pit stop for Jenson Button moved him up a position.
'It was a difficult race and different to what we expected, mainly due to the lower temperatures with the track being 20 degrees cooler than on Friday,' he said.
'We were expecting a lot of rear degradation, but...
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