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Ecurie Nationale Belge (also known as Equipe Nationale Belge or ENB) was a Formula One and sportscar racing team in the 1950s and 1960s, which was formed through a merger of Jacques Swaters' Ecurie Francorchamps and Johnny Claes' Ecurie Belge.

In Formula One, the team used a variety of different chassis through the years: Ferrari, Cooper, Lotus, Emeryson as well as a car of their own construction, the ENB, which participated in a single World Championship Grand Prix, the 1962 German Grand Prix.


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Haas announced last Thursday that it had signed Hulkenberg for next year to replace Mick Schumacher as Kevin Magnussen's teammate.
It will mark Hulkenberg's first full season of racing since 2019 when he drove for Renault, having since made a handful of starts as a stand-in driver.
To help Hulkenberg in his preparations for next year, Haas handed the German the complete day of test running ...

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Haas announced last Thursday that it had signed Hulkenberg for next year as Kevin Magnussen's teammate, replacing Mick Schumacher after two seasons.
It marks Hulkenberg's full-time return to F1 after three years away, the German having only made five stand-in appearances at races since losing his Renault seat at the end of 2019. He spent 2022 working as Aston Martin's reserve driver, deputising ...

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The 35-year-old will partner Kevin Magnussen and replace fellow German Mick Schumacher, whose departure was also announced by Haas earlier today.
Hulkenberg will have an opportunity to sample this year’s car in the Pirelli test in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, with reserve driver and rookie Pietro Fittipaldi driving the team's other machine.
Hulkenberg’s name first emerged as a potential ...

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As revealed by Motorsport.com in September, Hulkenberg's name emerged as a possible Haas candidate after it became clear that the team was unlikely to retain Schumacher. 
Reports in Germany have also emerged this week linking Hulkenberg to a Haas deal for 2023.
The other main candidate was Antonio Giovinazzi, the favoured choice of engine supplier Ferrari, who had previously helped to ...

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Haas is currently weighing up its driver options for the second seat in 2023, with it believed to be a straight call between retaining Mick Schumacher or going for the more experienced Hulkenberg.
The choice of Hulkenberg is intriguing because he and Magnussen, who is under contract for 2023, have had their moments of controversy in the past.
Most famously, back at the 2017 Hungarian Grand ...

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While there has yet to be official confirmation that Schumacher won’t be retained, team boss Gunther Steiner has been actively talking to other candidates in recent weeks.
Antonio Giovinazzi, who drove for the team in FP1 in Monza last weekend, has been high in the list for some time. 
He’s the favoured choice of engine partner Ferrari, although Steiner says that the Italian marque ...

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The German was drafted in for the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grands Prix after regular driver Sebastian Vettel tested positive for coronavirus.
Despite having not raced in F1 since 2020, Hulkenberg outqualified teammate Lance Stroll in Bahrain and made it to the chequered flag at both events.
With Vettel now all clear to return to racing action in the Australian Grand Prix, Hulkenberg will go ...

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Hulkenberg was confirmed on Friday morning as replacement for the COVID-hit Sebastian Vettel for the second race in a row.
He qualified in 18th place for the Saudi Arabian GP, ahead of AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda, who couldn't set a laptime in qualifying due to a fuel issue, although both move up one place on the final grid as the Haas of Mick Schumacher has been withdrawn after his heavy ...

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The pair were battling for position in the Budapest race when Magnussen forced Hulkenberg's Renault off the road. The Haas driver was subsequently given a penalty for the move.
After the flag, Magnussen was in the middle of an interview with Danish TV when Hulkenberg approached, tapped him on the shoulder, and said, "Once again the most unsporting driver on the grid."
Magnussen immediately ...

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It will be Hulkenberg's fifth race of the COVID-19 era as a stand-in after his three appearances with the then Racing Point team in 2020.
An Aston Martin statement said: "Nico Hulkenberg will practice, qualify and race alongside Lance Stroll.
"Despite lack of mileage in the AMR22 Nico coped well in Bahrain and we are sure he will do likewise in Jeddah.
"We expect Sebastian Vettel to be ...

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The German arrived in the country just after midnight on Thursday after being called up to replace Sebastian Vettel, who was sidelined by a positive COVID test.
After a seat-fitting in the AMR22 on Friday morning, Hulkenberg finished FP1 in 14th place, and he was then 17th in FP2.
In the latter session he was just 0.103s behind teammate Lance Stroll, although the Canadian made a mistake on ...

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Not because of his position as one of the most talented drivers of his generation, albeit it one that so far has not achieved the expected F1 success his glittering and packed junior single-seater CV indicated was possible. But because of what Hulkenberg achieved the last three times he was called up to stand in for an F1 regular.
Three times since the 2020 season finally started in the midst ...

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The Aston Martin reserve driver has been called in to deputise for his fellow German Sebastian Vettel.
The former world champion had returned to his home in Switzerland after last weekend's running at Sakhir, and took a PCR test before he travelled back to Bahrain as part of Aston Martin's regular COVID protocols. When the result proved to be positive he had to call the team with the bad ...

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Just 24 hours before practice begins for the F1 season opener, Aston Martin announced that Vettel would not be able to take part.
It means that Hulkenberg will be making his fourth appearance for the Aston Martin team having been drafted in previously when its drivers were taken ill.
Sergio Perez had to miss both Silverstone races in 2020, while Lance Stroll was forced out of that year’s ...

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F1 will introduce a new technical ruleset for this year, featuring an overhaul of the aerodynamic regulations that could shake up the pecking order.
The goal of the new regulations is to make the field more competitive and allow drivers to race wheel-to-wheel more without losing as much downforce due to dirty air coming off cars ahead of them.
The cars were expected to be several seconds ...

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Hulkenberg has been without a full-time race seat since losing his F1 drive with Renault at the end of 2019.
He retains an F1 role as Aston Martin's reserve driver, having made two substitute appearances for the Silverstone-based team last season.
To evaluate a potential future move into IndyCar, Hulkenberg took part in a test with the Arrow McLaren SP team at Barber Motorsports Park two ...

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Although Hulkenberg ended the day slowest of the five entries on track at Barber Motorsports Park, Kiel said that his adaptation to the demands of an IndyCar were impressive.
“For one thing, it was a tough thing to do to turn 108 laps today as Nico did,” Kiel told Motorsport.com. “I think it was a testament to his training regimen because he’s been out of an open-wheel car for some time ...

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Will Nico Hulkenberg follow the path taken by Romain Grosjean and become the next Formula 1 driver to make the move to IndyCar racing?
On Monday the German will make the first step when he takes part in the rookie and driver evaluation test at Barber Motorsports Park for the Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet team.
At the moment the day is purely being billed as a chance for Hulkenberg to sample an ...

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Hulkenberg last raced full time in F1 back in 2019, but made three appearances last season with Racing Point, stepping in for Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll after they were ruled out by COVID-19.
The German driver failed to land a drive for this season, but linked up with Aston Martin as its official reserve for 2021, supporting Stroll and Sebastian Vettel.
After previously telling Bild am ...

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He’d started just one F1 race, at Aida a fortnight earlier, but at 33 Ratzenberger had amassed a wealth of experience, and was hugely respected by those he’d raced against on the way ...

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After losing his last full-time F1 drive – with Renault – at the end of the 2019 season, Hulkenberg took part in three events for the Aston team that was then known as Racing Point during the last campaign on the occasions were its regular drivers were unable to race after contracting COVID-19.
Hulkenberg entered the two races at Silverstone in place of Sergio Perez after he testing ...

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The German, who was a super-sub last year after filling in at Racing Point for three race weekends, failed to land a full-time drive for this year but will maintain a close contact with the series.
Speaking on Austrian channel ServusTV, with which he will work as a pundit for in 2021, Hulkenberg said that he had finalised a deal to be on call for two teams this year.
“[I will work] as a ...

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The German impressed as a stand-in at Racing Point for both Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll last year when they were struck down by coronavirus.
Although the outings did not lead to any full-time race seat for this season, his ability to quickly get up to speed and his current knowledge of F1 machinery looks set to earn him a chance to be the man slotted again if anything happens at the renamed ...

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Magnussen made what he expects to be his final appearance in F1 at last year's season finale in Abu Dhabi after being released by Haas ahead of the 2021 season.
The Dane has since moved to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and will make his debut for Chip Ganassi Racing in the Rolex 24 at Daytona later this month.
Magnussen gained a reputation throughout his F1 career for his ...

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With Red Bull weighing up its options from the middle of the season about whether or not to stick with Alex Albon or look elsewhere, both Vettel and Hulkenberg were linked with the Milton Keynes-based outfit.
Speaking after eventually signing Sergio Perez as Max Verstappen’s teammate for 2021, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said that the Mexican was the only driver that it ...

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