1. Nico Hulkenberg contested the Spa-Francorchamps round of the World Endurance Championship as preparation.
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3. Nico Hulkenberg achieved his best ever result for Renault at his home grand prix in Germany with 5th place, overtaking Kevin Magnussen late on when the rain started to fall.
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6. Nico Hulkenberg qualified 'best of the rest' in Abu Dhabi with 7th place.
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8. Nico Hulkenberg returned from the summer break in Belgium in good form as he qualified 7th and finished 6th in the race.
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10. Nico Hulkenberg scored 72 points in the season, finishing ninth in the Drivers' Championship and helping Force India finish the Constructors' Championship in fourth.
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13. Nico Hulkenberg eventually finished sixth, passing the eventual World Champion Nico Rosberg, who had struggled throughout the race, just before the finish line on the last lap.
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14. Nico Hulkenberg would finish the next two races in 15th position with the Force India being uncompetitive.
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16. At the Chinese Grand Prix Nico Hulkenberg took sixth place, taking eight points.
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17. Nico Hulkenberg put in his best qualifying performance of the season to date at the Italian Grand Prix to put himself 3rd on the grid.
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18. At the Malaysian Grand Prix, Nico Hulkenberg qualified in twelfth, but finished the race in eighth place.
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19. Nico Hulkenberg failed to start the Australian Grand Prix due to a leak in the fuel system of his Sauber C32; he had qualified eleventh for the race, but was withdrawn for safety reasons.
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28. Nico Hulkenberg was tenth again at Silverstone, and at the Hungarian Grand Prix he finished sixth, a career best.
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29. At the third round in Malaysia, Nico Hulkenberg made it to Q3 for the first time, qualifying in fifth place; out-qualifying teammate Barrichello for the first time.
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30. Nico Hulkenberg made his debut at the Bahrain Grand Prix, recovering from an early spin to finish in fourteenth position.
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32. Nico Hulkenberg clinched the title with two races to spare, after a third-place finish in the Monza sprint race, shadowing Brazilians Luiz Razia and Lucas di Grassi home.
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35. Nico Hulkenberg won the non-championship Masters of Formula 3 race at Zolder from teammate Romain Grosjean after Grosjean stalled at the start.
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37. Nico Hulkenberg finished first in the Formula BMW world final but was stripped of the win after it was claimed he had brake-tested his rivals during a safety car period.
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38. Nico Hulkenberg made his German Formula BMW debut in 2005, dominating the championship and winning the title comfortably.
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40. Nico Hulkenberg was previously managed by Willi Weber, the long-time manager of Michael Schumacher.
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44. Nico Hulkenberg raced in Formula One in 2010 with the Williams team.
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46. Nico Hulkenberg was the 2009 champion of the GP2 Series, and is a previous champion of both the Formula 3 Euro Series and A1 Grand Prix, as part of A1 Team Germany.
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