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Hulkenberg explains what held him back in his early days in motorsport

Things aren't going too well for Nico Hulkenberg at the moment but the German driver has admitted his struggles may go back further than just this season. He believes that being less sociable when he was younger may have held him back. It looks likely that Hulkenberg will miss out on a Formula 1 drive next season after he was replaced by Esteban Ocon at Renault for 2020. He was expected to secure a seat at Haas but they revealed they would stick with the same lineup. Williams now looks to be the German's only option but it looks unlikely he'd return to the team he made his F1 debut with.  Speaking to the Suddeutsche Zeitung newspaper Hulkenberg revealed that being shy when he was...
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