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Nico Hülkenberg: Winning Le Mans Was Great, But I'll Always Choose Formula 1

Renault F1 Team driver Nico Hülkenberg says his 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans victory with Porsche Motorsport was great, but stated that he would always choose Formula 1 over the historical Motorsport event. Hülkenberg, alongside Earl Bamber and Nick Tandy won the 2015 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans as Porsche's third entry. All three drivers had never raced in an LMP1 car before around the historical Circuit de la Sarthe, and would go on to the win the event in their first outing together. The German, who at the time was racing in F1 with Force India ended a long drought lasting 24 years since a current F1 driver won at Le Mans. Johnny Herbert and Bertrand Gachot won the 1991 event...
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