Trulli says 2010 plans to be decided soon

Jarno Trulli has indicated that the uncertainty about his plans for the 2010 season is soon to end. The Italian is likely to be on the grid next March, but he recently travelled to the United States for a test in a Sprint Cup NASCAR. He said...

Jarno Trulli has indicated that the uncertainty about his plans for the 2010 season is soon to end.

The Italian is likely to be on the grid next March, but he recently travelled to the United States for a test in a Sprint Cup NASCAR.

He said in a recent interview with Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport that he had put in a "very strong" performance with Michael Waltrip Racing.

"The team was pleasantly impressed because after only two runs I was already on the pace of the best ones," said 35-year-old Trulli, who has contested 219 Grands Prix since 1997.

"Another thing that impressed me is the need to have a very smooth style and this was my strong point," he added.

As for the future, Trulli - who has raced in F1 with the departing Toyota since mid 2004 - said only that "soon you will know everything".

Referring to his NASCAR test foray, he explained that "for now I have satisfied my curiosity".

As for F1, Trulli added: "The situation is evolving rapidly, so stay tuned."

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Jarno Trulli , Michael Waltrip
Teams Michael Waltrip Racing