Articles tagged Jarno Trulli

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Lunch with... Alex Wurz

Tall men are not meant to make top racing drivers, yet he had a busy 12-year career as F1 racer and tester. Now his heart is set on a third Le Mans win By Simon Taylor Alex Wurz looks like Hollywood’s idea of a racing driver: alert, clear-eyed, charming yet steely, wiry and very fit. And tall. But, as we know, in real life the most successful racing drivers tend to be little guys. It’s not just...

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International news

WTCC set for ’Ring Series targets Nordschleife date in 2015 | By Gary Watkins World championship motor racing is set to return to the Nürburgring Nordschleife for the first time in more than 30 years, with a round of the World Touring Car Championship scheduled for next season. The WTCC has agreed a three-year deal with the organiser of the Nürburgring 24 Hours, the ADAC Nordrhein, and a race is...

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Simon Taylor: Modern Times

Justin Wilson's signing for Minardi has finally brought into F1 a young British driver whose talent and speed were in little doubt, even before he dominated Formula 3000 in 2001. Having scratched around for a decent drive ever since he won the F3000 championship, he is now bringing more than £2 million of sponsorship to Paul Stoddart's little team, and will himself be driving virtually for...

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Adam Cooper's Track forward

Toyota has underperformed in F1. It's time to deliver. At the end of the 2003 Formula One season Toyota twice qualified on the second row of the grid. Low fuel levels played a part — what else was the team going to do in Suzuka? —but nevertheless the car giant appeared to be making serious progress and its prospects looked as good as those of rivals BAR-Honda. The reality was rather different...

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Too much too young - Jan Magnussen

Jackie Stewart billed Jan Magnussen as the next Senna. Then he sacked him. How could arguably the biggest talent of the 1990s have failed so dramatically in F1? Andrew Benson unravels the mystery Jan Magnussen is under few illusions about his Formula One career. "I let myself down," he says, "and that always hurts. I planned to be world champion and it didn't happen." In another life — or perhaps...

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Four-way fight for title

Former F1 team owner Eddie Jordan gives his forthright views on the grand prix season so far, and an insight as to what we can expect from all the participants. Adam Cooper takes note I said to Bernie Ecclestone the other day, “How can you be so lucky?” Through no fault of his own, Michael Schumacher was so brilliant that he actually cost the sport media awareness, because the guy was so dominant...

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"There were beautiful moments as well as bad. The difficult ones I don't remember"

Were 21 years in F1 a matter of hardship or excitement? Gian Carlo Minardi sits down to chat over a plate of tagliataWriter Ed Foster The history books show that Minardi scored just 38 world championship points during a 21-year stint in Formula 1. Scratch the surface of those pages, though, and you see that not only did this little Italian team often punch above its weight, but the list of...

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We go back a long way...

From spectating as a fan to reporting on Grands Prix, our Editor-in-Chief had a lengthy association with Team LotusBy Nigel Roebuck The name of Lotus, absent since 1994, returns to Formula 1 this year, and if that name is all it shares with its legendary forbear still I think it something to celebrate, not least because Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen, good men both, have survived the shake-...

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New Formula One season is impossible to call as field gets ready for opening round in Bahrain. Can Renault and McLaren hold off a new Ferrari challenge? GP battle set to begin Renault, McLaren-Mercedes and Ferrari should remain the teams to beat in the Formula One World Championship during the 2006 season, which begins on March 12 with the Bahrain Grand Prix. The Sakhir circuit's third year on...

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Stars come out for ball

The Grand Prix Ball is due to take place the night before the British Grand Prix on July 5, and many of the drivers (Jarno Trulli, David Coulthard and Giancarlo Fisichella have been confirmed so far) are due to attend the event at Stowe House. The annual party includes a champagne reception, gourmet dinner, a charity auction, appearances by Belinda Carlisle, George Benson, Eddie & The Robbers...



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