F1 » Trulli back 'in control of the situation' now


Jarno Trulli insists he is much happier and more 'motivated' now that Team Lotus has revised the power steering system on its T128 - as he hints at an impending announcement about his future

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Taz - Unregistered

August 10, 2011 11:41 AM

@PistonBroke

Yeah, not like he was struggling. Even when Truli did get it he was still slower, he'll doubtless beat Heiki in the remaining qualifying sessions.

Boris - Unregistered

August 10, 2011 12:32 PM

Not to much news this week then (motor racing)

So good old 1 Malaysia put some bla bla PR out

They will qualify 18-19th in Spa one will finish 15th (Trulli) and one will DNF

Both will be replaced for the last GP in India, for sure there is Indian money

same old same old

PeterSchiff1 - Unregistered

August 10, 2011 12:45 PM

Maybe Lotus can make Trulli in charge of power steering components next year. This seems to be the only thing that motivates him.There are several world class drivers in the world that are motivated to drive a F1 car. Even if it does not have power steering!

Trying-Yes-Very ! - Unregistered

August 10, 2011 1:31 PM

Trulli needs to take a long hard look at how he has been owned by Heikki all season (except when Heikki had a cold). The machinery seems weak, but Trulli does not seem to push, ever, he's not the head of the "Trulli train" for his attacking driving.

Time well past for moving over to let another driver get a chance. Chandhok was good, no drives all year and then thrown in cold, and he matches Trulli straight away. Put Chandhock in permanently, and let him get some laps in, so he can develop as a driver.

elijah - Unregistered

August 10, 2011 1:47 PM

@Trying-Yes-Very !

Chandhok ? Now where have i heard that name before. Oh yes, he finnished last in Germany $ laps off the pace and trashed the car without getting round the first turn in Australia.

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