German GP: Sauber race quotes
Nico Hulkenberg - 10th: "It was an extremely tough race. I was fighting on every lap, but thisis what we were able to get out of it. To be honest, I expected we wouldhave better pace today, but we didn't. The car didn't feel as good asI expected it would either. I thought, and hoped, we could fight withMcLaren, but, unfortunately, they were too fast for us today. It was arace with a lot of overtaking and wheel-to-wheel battles, which arealways fun. However, having to fight for positions all the time is nevergood for the strategy, as it's tough on the tyres and you loose time.Nevertheless, this weekend was better than the previous ones. We didn'thave an update on the car, we experimented with the set-up, which workedwell."
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