{mosimage} Germany’s latest wunderkind, Nico Hulkenberg, continued his domination of the A1 GP series at Eastern Creek last weekend with two more victories over stable mate, New Zealand’s Jonny Reid. So total was his domination he was hardly headed all weekend. Fastest in the final practice session, two of the four qualifying sessions, Pole position, victory and fastest laps in both the Sprint Race and the Feature Race. He did, however make a slight mess of the start of the Feature race and let Reid into the lead through the first corner. Reid’s lead lasted only as long as the pit stops. Hulkenberg pitted a lap before the Kiwi, put in a blindingly fast out lap and when Reid rejoined he was a second behind the German and that, as they say, was that. Reid tried hard and occasionally pulled some time back on the leader but never really troubled him.

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