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Nico Hulkenberg ‘feels no pressure' despite Sebastian Vettel retirement

Nico Hulkenberg will be replacing his younger countryman Mick Schumacher at Haas for 2023, after spending a spell away from the grid, most recently serving as a reserve driver for Aston Martin. Unlike in his previous spells in F1 however, as Hulkenberg looks up and down the grid on the first race weekend of 2023, he will realise that he is the only German driver racing in F1 next season. Alongside Mick Schumacher’s departure, F1 stalwart Sebastian Vettel will also not be on the grid next year, after the 35-year-old announced his retirement from the sport earlier this year, bowing out in Abu Dhabi. Over the years Germany has provided Formula 1 with some serious talent, such as Michael...
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