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Trulli happy with his driving so far

Jarno Trulli says he is happy with the way he has been driving so far this season after his third consecutive point-scoring finish Spain

The Italian has been one of the best qualifiers this year and has raced consistently to score points in three of the four races.

He has already more points this season than in all of 2007.

"I think I have driven well in the four races so far so I am very pleased with my performances," said Trulli.

"We have finished in the points in the last three races and already I have more points than I scored throughout 2007 so that shows how much of an improvement the whole team has made.

"It is tough when you are in our position because the fight is so close and you need all your experience and effort to get the best possible result.

"However, we've been a bit unlucky as well because we lost points in Australia due to the battery problem and now we had this issue in Barcelona," added the Toyota driver, who missed out on a better result in Spain after his team called him into the pits by mistake. He finished in eighth.

Trulli said that it was still encouraging to score a point in Barcelona, although the Italian insists Toyota mush keep giving it all in order to stay competitive.

"Yes, it is still looking quite good for us but the battle in the midfield is really tight and we saw some of the other teams take steps forward in Spain.

"We made progress and we have more to come in Turkey but there are several teams which are very close together. This shows that is it important to continually develop and improve the car; we need to keep giving 100% effort all the time.

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