Motor racing-Trulli vows to go all out for Toyota's first win


By Alan Baldwin SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Italian Jarno Trulli promised on Saturday to go all out for a Belgian Grand Prix victory he said could cement Toyota's Formula One future. After failing to break into the top 10 in his last three races, Trulli found himself sharing an unlikely front row with compatriot and polesitter Giancarlo Fisichella (Force India). He said he was baffled by the sudden turn of speed but delighted by it. "It's a mystery honestly," ...

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