F1 'pushing' to return to Canada - Trulli

Jun.1 (GMM) Jarno Trulli made a visit to Canada after the recent Monaco Grand Prix. The Toyota driver's detour to Montreal, to promote his own wine label Podere Castorani, usually coincides with the Canadian Grand Prix. But North America no ...

Jun.1 (GMM) Jarno Trulli made a visit to Canada after the recent Monaco Grand Prix.

The Toyota driver's detour to Montreal, to promote his own wine label Podere Castorani, usually coincides with the Canadian Grand Prix.

But North America no longer features on the calendar. "That's unfortunate, but I know everyone is pushing to come back here," he told the local rds.ca.

"The manufacturers especially are very keen; it is an important market for them and Canada was always one of the best events of the year," Trulli, 34, added.

He did not want to comment on the sport's current entry list crisis, dismissing the topic as a "political question" that does not involve the drivers.

Trulli however admitted to disappointment with Toyota's performance in the last two races, particularly at Monaco, where he and teammate Timo Glock lined up at the very back of the grid.

"Right now Brawn have the best car, they are very successful and everyone is working very hard to recover. Of course it is not easy but the championship is still very long," he added.

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Jarno Trulli , Timo Glock