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Marina Bay lap 'very busy at the wheel, extremely physical and tiring' – Nico Hülkenberg

Nico Hülkenberg gears up for an enduring Singapore Grand Prix that is staged this weekend for the fifteenth race of the 2019 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. The German goes into the round on the back of two solid points-finishes in Spa and Monza, underlining why the Renault F1 Team driver earns his right to keep his place on the grid. Racing under the lights is what Hülkenberg describes as 'unique', as he hopes to put on as good of a show as did in the previous two rounds. 'Singapore is the only real night race on the calendar, so that makes it really unique,' Hülkenberg said. 'It does take a bit of extra time to get used to racing under artificial lights but we're quite adept to it...
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