Former F1 Racer Nico Hulkenberg Says No Thanks to 'Difficult to Drive' IndyCar Monsters

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Former Formula 1 driver Nico Hülkenberg has decided against a career in the NTT IndyCar Series.

The 34-year-old German racing driver, who lost his full-time Formula 1 seat at Renault in late 2019 and is now Aston Martins Reserve, recently tested for the Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar team at Barber Motorsports Park near Birmingham, Alabama.
Hulkenberg, who has made 179 career starts in Formula 1, said IndyCar was the beast.

“I can definitely confirm that these monsters are very difficult to drive. I probably have to go to the gym more often, ”said Hulkenberg after his IndyCar test.

It has been reported that McLaren is poised to offer Hulkenberg some one-off trips in a third car over the next year at IndyCar before adding a third full-time outing to their team in 2023.

However, Hülkenberg withdraws from the opportunity.

"It was exciting testing an Indy car two weeks ago and I'm grateful to Arrow McLaren SP," he announced on social media. "But for personal reasons, I have decided not to continue. (I) will keep you informed of my future plans."

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