Trulli: The other side of the story
As the Lewis Hamilton scandal went into overdrive over the Malaysian GP weekend, Jarno Trulli for one left Sepang feeling vindicated. He told his side of the story exclusively to Adam Cooper
Amid all the fuss about the Lewis Hamilton affair, it's easy to overlook the fact that there was a victim in the form of Jarno Trulli, who immediately after the Australian Grand Prix had found himself robbed of third place.
It was a hard-earned one too, since Toyota's controversial wing arrangement forced both the Italian and team-mate Timo Glock to start from the pit lane. Having used up the less favoured supersoft tyres in a short opening stint, Jarno took advantage of his early first stop and the first safety car situation to jump up the order.
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