Nico Hulkenberg insists he is happy in F1 without his famous manager Willi Weber. After a year on the reserve bench, the German returned to the grid in 2012 with Force India, but no longer represented by Weber, the famous former manager of the Schumacher brothers.
“There were a few reasons why I separated with Willi Weber,” Hulkenberg told spox.com. “Now I’m doing it without some new management,” he explained. “I have assistants, because of course I can’t do everything by myself. It’s going quite well at the moment.”
Hulkenberg, 24, is not the only F1 driver without a manager, as Kimi Raikkonen now handles his own career.
“I have (also) taken Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg as role models,” admitted Hulkenberg.