Nico Hulkenberg made his debut back in 2010 for the Williams team and managed to score pole position at the Brazilian GP.
In his entire F1 career, he has raced for Williams, Sauber, Force India, Renault. Sadly for the German, Renault ousted him after the 2019 season, replacing him with Esteban Ocon.
He made three appearances in the 2020 F1 season, stepping in for COVID positive Racing Point drivers, Lance Stroll and Sergio Perez.
Many have considered Hulkenberg to be one of the unluckiest drivers to compete in F1. He is believed to have the potential to be a podium finisher and maybe even a winner, but has always fallen short.
His highest ever position was fourth in Belgium 2012, Korea 2013, and Belgium 2016.
Away from F1, he has won the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans, with Nick Tandy and Earl Bamber.
As of December 2020, Hülkenberg holds the record for the most Formula One career starts without a podium finish, a record he broke when he failed to finish in his 129th race (the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix) and, in so doing, passed Adrian Sutil’s previous record of 128, Hülkenberg’s record stands at 179 Grand Prix.
German driver Nico Hulkenberg has a net worth of $10 million.
The former F1 driver has been sponsored by the German vehicle inspection company, Dekra. He is also backed by Alpinestars, as well as a few other sponsors.
In 2015, Hulkenberg donated a pair of his racing boots to the Small Steps Foundation. He also took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and pledged his support for the ALS condition.
He also has an official website.
|Annual Salary||$4 million|
|Net Worth||$10 million|