F1 » Trulli, Sutil Interlagos row spills over to Abu Dhabi


Toyota star Jarno Trulli and Force India F1 ace Adrian Sutil continue to agree to disagree over their Brazilian Grand Prix collision during Thursday's driver press conference in Abu Dhabi...

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neo - Unregistered

October 29, 2009 5:31 PM

This is something to do with attitude of drivers with top teams, when they see FIF1 car in front of them, they demand to be given way and ready to go any extent to prove a point.

At the end of his career, am losing my respect for this man.

rob01

October 29, 2009 5:47 PM

Jarno, shut up. You nearly killed yourself. Quit blaming Sutil. You couldn't even stay on the road under yellow to start the year. Does he ever stop crying? I wish Sutil would have body slammed you when you got in his face.

F1 Novice - Unregistered

October 29, 2009 5:54 PM

At Effing last a bit of friction between F1 drivers on and off the track - well done Sutil !! at least he's not towing some freaking corporate line of softly softly towards all others - thank fook someone who's up for it !!

from Sutils on-board camera view he had to lift because of the slowing ferrari of Kimi Trulli needs to look at that footage then have nuts to say Sutil did nothing wrong ! :rolleyes:

mrmotorsport

October 29, 2009 6:02 PM

Did Trulli suffer a bump on the head during the course of the crash? As there is no way it was Sutil's issue. As Sutil said, Jarno was out of control, and on the kerb (where, lets face it, he should NEVER of been) and hence it was entirely his fault.

Well done Sutil on standing up for yourself!

andrew mac

October 29, 2009 6:18 PM

They should both be men and walk away instead of looking like a pair of spoilt little brats spitting their dummy out of the pram.

I suggest that one of them employs a popular Scottish course of action. Thump the other guy then run like f**k.

It is in the past and is not worth going on about.

Meymac Tony - Unregistered

October 29, 2009 6:19 PM

Oh how life would be boring without Italians ! Presumably due to lack of height they see things from a different viewpoint! Rather like a baby must.
There used to be an "ad" The car in front is a Toyota. Now it should be The car alongside is a Toyota driven by someone with tunnel vision.
Mr Trulli - think it's about time to retire .

To Sutil - well done for keeping calm and just ignoring the wee chap.

XHannahX

October 29, 2009 6:26 PM

I liked Trulli, but he has seriosly gone down in my estimations, anyone can see Sutil was by no means at fault, Trulli on the other hand...

Well done Sutil, staying calm, stating the facts and not resorting to personnal remarks! :)

Don't know what Trulli is trying to gain though, it's already been deemed a racing incident and his buddy Fernando clearly isn't looking to get involed so where's he going with this? :?

friscom - Unregistered

October 29, 2009 6:47 PM

"Oh how life would be boring without Italians ! Presumably due to lack of height they see things from a different viewpoint!"

maymac, for some people it can be a matter of height, for some other a matter of intelligence.
though I cannot judge yours first, you surely highlight the lack of the second one.

I thought such arguments were a matter of the past but for some folks, the time stopped and they cannot grow anyway.
your case, unfortunately!

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