F1 » Trulli wants to discuss more than Sutil.

F1 veteran Jarno Trulli insists he is not about to drop quest for talks on safety after Abu Dhabi drivers meeting fails to discuss Sutil clash.

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October 31, 2009 8:21 AM

I fear Trulli was knocked on the head to hard in that crash.... Replay, after replay....

Rule nr. 1: You don't win the race on the first lap
Rule nr. 2: Kerbs end at some point, so don't be surprised that you run out of track if you decide to use them
Rule nr. 3: A long F1 career and fat salary does not make you the king all young ones in lesser cars have to bow to.

Now go and retire, because I see some Alzheimer appearing.

stumacher - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 8:45 AM

All Trulli's ever been good at is qualifying, then driving around on a Sunday afternoon like your average Toyota Yaris driver. He's a below average also-ran and I can't understand why company with Toyota's funding employed him in the first place. All this whining only serves to change from boring to irritating.

Brackley Boy - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 9:16 AM

Truli needs to forget the incident and move on. The Stewards are there to rule on issues like this. They have already ruled on this matter.

If not he will end up as the bitter old man on the grid.

brendan - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 9:29 AM

out of all of it jarno does make one good point. and that is sutil disgraceful corner cutting at spain that aided a massive accident. something he has done time and time again. the guy has no race craft and isnt aware(singapore).

but that was 5months ago. its to late to complain about it now.

Jarno just needs to let it go.

Meymac Tony - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 9:55 AM

The others did not find time to listen to Trulli at the driver's meeting which says a lot. One subject they did discuss was re defending. Does anyone know the outcome? Webber's swerve to "defend" against Kimi (1st lap) should have been penalised with a drive through. In practise / qualifying penalties are handed out for not moving out of the way fast enough so how come in the race "swerving" is acceptable?


October 31, 2009 11:35 AM

I'm beginning to feel really sorry for Sutil now,he's clearly upset by it all and I can completly understand why. He's a young guy who, quite rightly, feels he's done nothing wrong yet Trullu will not let it go. Even if Sutil had done something wrong in the heat of the moment (which he didn't) still bringing it up 2 weeks later is OTT.
I really do believe that Trulli is bitter, he's not going to get an F1 seat next season, Sutil is, I think he needs to grow up and move on before he completly ruins any respect that anyone has left for him, he's not doing himself any favours.

Got to love the line 'I know who I can trust' though, can imagine him saying it in a really creepy voice! :p


neo - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 11:51 AM

God forbid, If Trulli happen to try overtake sutil this race, before anyone could notice i will **** in my pants.

If they take each other out, trulli would end up in milan streets with photo of crash and explaining to all tourists.

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