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HULKENBERG HEADED FOR SAUBER: Nico Hulkenberg has earned 45 points in 2012 and finished fourth in the Belgian Grand Prix.

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BERLIN, Germany - Force India's Nico Hulkenberg will drive for Sauber in Formula 1 2013.

Hulkenberg, who started his F1 career with Williams in 2010, has already signed a contract with Sauber to replace McLaren-bound Sergio Perez.

'NEITHER CONFIRM NOR DENY'

Hulkenberg's agent Timo Gans said: "I can neither confirm or deny the news. The drivers' contracts are normally announced by the teams, I don't want to pre-empt any announcement."

Hulkenberg finished sixth in the 2012 Korean GP to leave him 12th in the Drivers' standings on 45 points.


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