When you hear Jarno Trulli's name, what springs to mind? Chances are, you're thinking 'great qualifier, not such a good racer'.
The era of the mixed-up qualifying format has made good old-fashioned Saturday specials a thing of the past, but his reputation was set long before that. The fact is, the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix winner is one of those drivers who lends himself to shorthand, even dismissive, labels. So much so that he risks being condemned forever as a one-lap specialist who can't deliver over 50 or 60 times around the track. Yet this is a driver who has proved he can match, or even eclipse, the best of them in equal equipment - just ask 2004-spec Fernando Alonso.
Now in his 12th F1 campaign, Jarno has become a piece of the furniture. A driver so entrenched on the grid that he has almost become invisible to those who are happy to accept the conventional wisdom of the Italian as a Saturday, not a Sunday, driver.