F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Born
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Height
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Weight
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Polish
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Race
1997 Australian GP, Minardi
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Wins
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Pole positions
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Last laps
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Debiutas
1997 Australian GP, Minardi
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli Best results
6th place, 2004 PILOT
F1 Driver – Jarno Trulli
After a string of Italian and World Karting titles, in 1995, Jarno started his German F-3 career with none other than Benetton boss, Flavio Briatore, as a protégé. In the 1996 season, Trulli was already champion with the Benetton Junior team.
Jarno made his Formula One debut in 1997 with Minardi, and later replaced the injured Olivier Panis at Prost. He finished 4th in the German GP, and was leading for more than half the races in Australia before his engine failed.
In 1998 Trulli was back with Prost, and his best performance was a 6th place in Belgium.
The following year, he had just one podium finish, at the Nurburgring, finishing 2nd in the European GP.
2000: new team – Jordan, new teammate – H-H.Frentzen. Championship results: only 6 points and 7 races unfinished.
The 2001 season was also not very successful, he was even shown a black flag at the Austrian GP for leaving the service lane before the red lights came out.
Jarno’s best performances came in Spain and the USA, where he finished 4th.
In 2002, Jarno swapped places with his compatriot Fisichella and represented Renault alongside Button. He scored only 9 points as his car broke down frequently during the season.
In 2003, Trulli stayed with Renault and, together with Alonso, tried to achieve the team’s first victory. He was unsuccessful, however, as Fernando was quicker.
The 2004 season started well, with Jarno eclipsing the young Spaniard and taking his first win in Monaco.
But then things started to go from bad to worse, and it was announced that Renault had dropped Trulli.
Jarno made his Toyota debut in Japan and in 2005 he also represented the Japanese team, where he “brought” the team its first podium and defeated his teammate Ralf Schumacher.
In 2006 Trulli had to make do with a weaker Toyota car. The Italian also lost out to Schumacher, and only finished 12th in the championship.
2007 was even worse for Trulli, who dropped from 15 points to just 8. However, he outperformed his teammate Schumacher, and that was enough to keep him in the team and keep him in Formula One overall.
2008. In 2008, Jarno worked alongside T. Glock in the team and together they helped Toyota finish 5th in the championship.
In 2009, the Italian stayed with the Japanese team, but the team did not perform well and announced his retirement from the sport at the end of the season.
After not receiving any offers from the strongest teams in the world, in 2010 Trulli was invited by the rookie Lotus. The Italian will race there again this year.