Toyota's Jarno Trulli has said that they definitely have the 'potential' to finish in the top eight and score points this Sunday in Brazil - providing they don't make any errors.

Toyota have scored just 12 points this year and after a pretty dismal season, Jarno is determined to try and finish proceedings at Interlagos on a good note.

"It's been a really hard few races for me and the team so I am keen to end the season with an improved result before we focus all our energies on 2008," he confirmed. "We have the potential to score points but we have to push hard and not make any mistakes."

As for the track itself, Trulli had only positive things to say about the Sao Paulo circuit, even if he hasn't had much luck there in recent years.

"I enjoy the challenge of racing at Interlagos so I am looking forward to this race," he added. "It is one of the trickiest tracks in Formula 1, with an enjoyable mix of high and low speed corners.

"But there are other factors as well to consider, for example the track is anti-clockwise so it puts extra strain on your neck, although I have trained for this so it will not be a problem. And then there are the bumps, which make life difficult with set-up, particularly on a Friday."

 

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