Jarno Trulli goes to the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend determined to do well after missing out at the Nurburgring two weeks ago, when he failed to capitalise on the changeable conditions and eventually came home in 13th place.

Speaking prior to the event near Budapest, the eleventh round in the 2007 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, the Toyota man conceded though that he hasn't done especially well at the Hungaroring over the years - and to date his best result there was a fourth place finish in 2005.

"I have always performed very well in Hungary but I don't think I've got the results I deserved there so I am really looking forward to a strong race this weekend," he noted.

"Clearly, the result at the N?rburgring was very disappointing, especially because we had a good chance to score points after we looked competitive earlier in the weekend.

"That was a disappointing race but we will work hard to achieve a better result in the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday."

Toyota's senior chassis general manager, Pascal Vasselon meanwhile is also eager to see Trulli - and his team-mate, Ralf Schumacher do better.

"After our very disappointing European Grand Prix, we are hoping for a much better result in Budapest," he added. "In qualifying at the N?rburgring we clearly showed a competitive pace, as in the last couple of events. We were expecting to score points but in the race we made too many mistakes. I believe we have the speed to score points but we must prove that in the race this weekend."

 

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