Nico Hulkenberg said he does not feel any resentment towards Ferrari after the Maranello-based squad snubbed the German and re-hired Kimi Raikkonen to replace the sacked Felipe Massa.
Hulkenberg, who has been impressive in his three seasons in Formula One, had been tipped to move to Ferrari next year and the Italian team even had a contract ready for the Sauber driver.
However, Ferrari managed to agree a deal with Raikkonen instead, after president Luca di Montezemolo – who had reportedly initially been against recruiting the Finn – was convinced of the merit of re-hiring Ferrari’s last world champion.
“No, not at all to be honest,' Hulkenberg, who also linked to the Ferrari seat...
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