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Jarno Trulli, F1 driver


13 July 1974 (49)
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1 (0.4%)
11 (4.3%)
4 (1.6%)
0 (0%)
1st (2004 Monaco Grand Prix)
246.5 (1 points per race avg)
163 (1.3%)
1 (0.4%)
86 (33.6%)
1997 Australian Grand Prix
2011 Brazilian Grand Prix
2004 Monaco Grand Prix

about Jarno Trulli

Jarno Trulli (Italian pronunciation: [?jarno ?trulli]; born 13 July 1974) is an Italian racing driver. He competed in Formula One from 1997 to 2011, driving for Minardi, Prost, Jordan, Renault, Toyota, Lotus Racing and Team Lotus. His best result in the World Drivers' Championship was sixth place in 2004; this was also the year in which he scored the only win of his Formula One career at the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix.

Throughout his Formula One career, Trulli was renowned for his skill in qualifying, regularly achieving far better grid positions than rivals with superior cars to his own. He was also known for his defensive driving style which allowed him to successfully hold off quicker drivers, sometimes for an entire race. The combination of being able to achieve high grid positions in comparatively slow cars and his ability to hold off faster drivers would often result in a line of vehicles forming behind him during a race, which was commonly referred to as the 'Trulli Train' by commentators, fans and journalists.

Trulli was slated to compete in the 2012 Formula One season, but retired before the season began. In 2014–15 he competed in the inaugural season of the FIA Formula E Championship, driving for Trulli GP, a team he founded himself.

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1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins Jarno Trulli

# event constructor
1 2004 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Renault

pole positions Jarno Trulli

# event constructor
1 2004 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Renault
2 2004 Belgian Grand Prix round 14 Renault
3 2005 United States Grand Prix round 9 Toyota
4 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix round 4 Toyota

teams & teammates Jarno Trulli

season teammate
1997 Ukyo Katayama
Tarso Marques
Olivier Panis
Shinji Nakano
Minardi compare 1997
1998 Olivier Panis
Prost compare 1998
1999 Olivier Panis
Prost compare 1999
2000 Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Jordan compare 2000
2001 Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Ricardo Zonta
Jean Alesi
Jordan compare 2001
2002 Jenson Button
Renault compare 2002
2003 Fernando Alonso
Renault compare 2003
2004 Fernando Alonso
Jacques Villeneuve
Cristiano da Matta
Olivier Panis
Ricardo Zonta
Renault compare 2004
2005 Ralf Schumacher
Ricardo Zonta
Toyota compare 2005
2006 Ralf Schumacher
Toyota compare 2006
2007 Ralf Schumacher
Toyota compare 2007
2008 Timo Glock
Toyota compare 2008
2009 Timo Glock
Kamui Kobayashi
Toyota compare 2009
2010 Heikki Kovalainen
Lotus compare 2010
2011 Heikki Kovalainen
Karun Chandhok
Lotus compare 2011


Last month we looked at what he did after he stopped racing in F1, while this time we will take a deeper look at the path he took to get there.
1983 ? 1994 Karting, Italian F3 & British F3

Jarno Trulli, Dallara Opel
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Like many Formula 1 drivers,?Trulli?was impressive in his karting years.?He?collected?more than a dozen trophies in important ...

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After Trulli won the German F3 championship in 1996 and finished?third?in the F3 Macau GP for KMS Benetton Formula, he made his F1 debut in 1997 with?Minardi.
At the French GP he switched to Prost as replacement for the injured Olivier Panis, who had broken his legs in a crash at the Canadian GP. He subsequently moved to Jordan in 2000, then Renault in 2002, Toyota in late 2004 and finally ...

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