Jarno Trulli 

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Jarno Trulli
Team Prost 1997 - 1999

Name Jarno TRULLI
Date and Place of birth 13th July 1974 in Pescara (Italy)
Nationality Italian
Lives
Francavilla / Chieti (Italy)
Height 1,73 meter
Weight 60 kilos
Marital status Single
Children None
Favourite music Pop, Rock
Favourite artists Vasco Rossi, Elton John
Favourite food Pizza
Favourite drink Coca Cola
Hobbies Music, karting, fitness, swimming, tennis
Dream Winning (to be F1-Worldchampion)
First Grand Prix 9th March 1997, Melbourne, Australia, on Minardi
First Grand Prix for Team Prost 29th June 1997, Magny-Cours, France, 10th place


Jarno's races for Prost

F1-Races driven for Team Prost 39
GP Wins on Prost 0
Second places on Prost 1
Third places on Prost 0
Fourth places on Prost 1
Fifth places on Prost 0
Sixth places on Prost 2
Races in the points on Prost 4
Pole Positions on Prost 0
Front rows on Prost 0
Fastest laps on Prost 0
Points on Prost 11
Races led on Prost 1 (Austria 1997)
World Titles on Prost 0


Jarno's career year by year, 1983-1999

1983-1986 Karting
1987 Karting:
Winner of "Giochi della Gioventý" 100ccm
1988 Italian Kart Champion 100ccm
1989 Italian Kart Champion 100ccm
3rd place in Junior Kart World Championship 100ccm
2nd place in Italian Kart Championship 125ccm
1990 Italian Kart Champion 100ccm
2nd place in Junior Kart World Championship 100ccm
1991 4th place in Italian Kart Championship 100ccm
3rd place in European Kart Championship 100ccm
Kart World Champion 100ccm
1992 2nd place in Kart World Championship 125ccm
1993 2nd place in Kart World Championship 100ccm
1994 Karting:
Winner of the Memorial Senna World Cup 100ccm
European Kart Champion 100ccm
North American Kart Champion 100ccm
Kart World Champion 125ccm
1995 Karting:
Winner Oceanian Cup 100ccm
Italian Kart Champion 100ccm
Winner of the Memorial Senna World Cup 100ccm
4th place in German Formula 3 Championship (6 races, KMS Team)
1996 German Formula 3 Champion (Benetton Junior Team)
1997 Formula 1 World Championship with Minardi (no points)
16th place in Formula 1 World Championship with Team Prost Grand Prix
(replaced Olivier Panis for 7 races, 1 fourth place, 3 points)
1998 Formula 1 World Championship with Team Prost Grand Prix
15th place in Formula 1 World Championship, 1 sixth place, 1 point
1999 Formula 1 World Championship with Team Prost Grand Prix
11th place in Formula 1 World Championship, 1 second place, 1 sixth place, 7 points
2000 Jarno Trulli drives in Formula 1 for Team Jordan.
As this page is part of prostfan.com, this page will not be updated since he doesn't drive for Alain's Team anymore.


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