FEBRUARY 8, 2002
Arrows forgets to tell Verstappen...
JOS VERSTAPPEN has a right to be less than pleased with life at the moment but to add insult to injury he says he has not heard from the Arrows team that his services will not be required in 2002 - except by reading it on the team website. Although the Dutch media are reporting that Verstappen's manager Huub Rothengatter was surprised by the news this is not strictly the case as it had been expected that the team would break Verstappen's contract.
Rothengatter has hinted that there will be legal action against Arrows.
The team will not be intimidated by this as it seems to have at least one law suit going at any given moment - usually more.
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