Nico Hulkenberg's manager has expressed disappointment with how Ferrari broke the bad news to the German driver this week.
It has emerged that Hulkenberg was seriously considered by the Maranello based team as the replacement for Felipe Massa.
But when Ferrari ultimately signed Raikkonen, the Italian squad let Hulkenberg know in the form of a mere text message, the German driver's manager Werner Heinz has revealed.
"After two months of negotiations, I expected at least a phone call," he told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport.
Werner said five lawyers worked for eight weeks on the Ferrari contract, where ultimately the only missing link was president Luca di Montezemolo's signature....
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