While Nico Hulkenberg has been unable to propel Sauber to the heights of Red Bull and other giants, there is no doubt that the German has been one of the most consistent performers of the season in a lesser car.
Hulkenberg, has secured points on 50 per cent of his starts this season and was unlucky to finish 11th in both Hungary and Monaco.
The highlight of his season so far will be his impressive fifth place at Monza on his penultimate start. The Sauber man, who qualified third in that race, drove exceptionally and did extremely well to hold off the challenge of compatriot Nico Rosberg.
Hulkenberg consolidated that performance in Italy with a good 9th place and looks a very tempting price to secure his third top 10 finish at 10/11.
While backers may be concerned that he is yet to secure three consecutive points finishes this season, it is often the case that the German comes into form towards the latter half of the calendar. Last season, he secured five of his 11 top 10 finishes in the last six races of the year.
Added to the fact that he has secured points on both of his previous starts in Korea, he looks a very good bet.
Mark Webber also looks to have some value about him as 10/1 to be fastest qualifier.
The Australian who is 8/11 for a top six finish despite facing a 10 place grid penalty for riding back on Sebastian Vettel’s car will be keen to make a statement after reportedly disappointed at the decision.
Webber qualified in pole last year and that looks to be an excellent price for him to recreate that success.
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