Sadly, the Trulli Formula-E Team is no more.

But their legacy still lives on through this page. After only competing in the first season of Formula-E in 2014–15, the Swiss team founded by former F1 driver Jarno Trulli folded in late 2015.

From driver to innovator.

With Jarno Trulli's Formula One career bringing a wealth of experience, and the team taking over some of the innovations from Drayson Racing (such as wireless charging), Trulli hoped to be a key team in the development of the championship.

Trulli's drivers.

Jarno Trulli and Michela Cerruti competed for Trulli in the first four races of the 2014-15 season, before Cerruti was replaced by Vitantonio Liuzzi. Swiss driver Alex Fontana filled in for Liuzzi in the London finale. The 2015-16 season would have seen Salvador Duran partner with Liuzzi, but the team ultimately collapsed.

The birth of Formula-E.

The inaugural 2014-15 season of Formula-E saw 10 teams compete using the same Spark-Renault SRT_01E across 11 races in 9 countries. The highlight of the season would be Jarno Trulli's fourth place finish in Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Trulli Formula E car portrait

Pleased to be a pioneer.

"Competing at the highest level of performance with a clean energy car with the support of Drayson Technologies makes this challenge even more exciting. I am very pleased to be a pioneer of this new Formula E project." —Jarno Trulli, 2014

Pure style. Pure performance.

These are the specifications for the Spark-Renault SRT 01E, as stated by the FIA:

  • All electric motor built by McLaren
  • Batteries by Williams Advanced Engineering
  • Carbon fibre chassis by Dallara
  • 18" tyres by Michelin
  • Rechargeable Energy Storage System by Renault
  • 140 mph max. speed, 0–62 mph in 3 sec.
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