Jarno Trulli is one of the most experienced Formula 1 drivers in the history of the sport. He competed in 256 Grand Prix and is third on the all-time list, behind only Rubens Barrichello and Michael Schumacher.
The Italian was renowned for his qualifying pace, especially over the one-lap format in the mid-2000’s. Trulli began karting as a youngster and went on to win numerous titles including the European Championship, North American Championship and three Italian Championships.
He soon graduated to single-seaters and made an immediate impression securing the German Formula Three title with the Benetton Junior Team.
Trulli earned a drive in Formula 1 with Minardi in 1997 before switching to Prost mid-season to replace Olivier Panis.
After spells with Prost and Jordan, Trulli enjoyed regular points scoring finishes at Renault as well as picking up his only Formula 1 win round the streets of Monte-Carlo.
Following a number of years with Toyota, Trulli moved to Lotus Racing where he would end his Formula 1 career.
Source; FIA Formula E