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Le Mans win leaves F1 driver Nico Hulkenburg 'speechless'

Over the weekend Formula 1 driver Nico Hulkenburg and team mate Nick Tandy secured the 17th win for Porsche at Le Mans. Hulkenburg is the first driver still racing in Formula 1 to win since 1991 where Britain's Johnny Herbert achieved success.

"I'm speechless right now, to be honest." 
- Hulkenburg on his Le Mans victory.

Nick Tandy is the 32nd British driver to win at Le Mans. "I had an ambition, goal and drive when I was 12 to win races," he said.

"It's very difficult to do that - but if you want something enough and pursue it, talk to the right people and have a little bit of luck along the way - I'm stood here winner of Le Mans."

"The good thing is we've all raced in a number of different things before. It's not like your typical rookie that has to learn to do stuff," he said. "It's a different car, different set of people, different place, different type of racing for some of us, but it's still in our comfort zones.

"There's a mutual respect between us in that nobody is worried about when they get into the car as to what sort of job they will have done when getting out of the car. It builds a relationship. I've said before if you have a season-long team-mate you virtually have to have a husband and wife relationship; I want to do well so I don't let the guys down."

Le Mans returns on 18th - 19th June 2016 where Porsche will be looking to defend their title.
Register your interest in Le Mans 2016 here. 

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