Trulli plans to sue Caterham boss Fernandes 31 May, 2013 Jarno Trulli with Tony Fenandes during happier times F1 veteran Jarno Trulli has announced plans to sue Caterham team owner Tony Fernandes. At the end of 2011, with a firm contract for 2012, the Italian reportedly agreed to vacate his race seat to make room for the well-funded Russian Vitaly Petrov. But Trulli, now 38, says Fernandes promised to pay him in full for 2012. Autosprint says Trulli is angry with Fernandes for not paying him, since the Malaysian entrepreneur has not only increased Caterham’s budget, but also that of his English football club Queens Park Rangers. “I’m going to sue Fernandes,” he is quoted as saying, “because he owes me a lot of money.” “My career in Formula 1 ended because I agreed to give up my place, because I was assured that the team would fulfil its contractual obligations. “To date, this has not occurred,” added Trulli, a veteran of over 250 grands prix. (GMM) Tweet Related NewsAt least three F1 teams in battle for survivalForce India and Caterham using Toyota wind tunnelCaterham and Pirelli deny cash clashCaterham on verge of collapse as now Pirelli seek paymentCaterham: A great result for the teamCaterham: Our pace is much better in race conditionsCaterham: We’ve had two useful sessionsKobayashi: In F1 contracts don’t mean anythingKobayashi set to race in SingaporeCaterham preview Singapore Grand Prix weekend Apex Assassin Ahahahahahaha! Good luck with that. f1afreak Fernandez doesnt care, its all business. Truli will settle for a lessor fee rather than go down the trial route, in the meantime the money is in Fernandez’s pocket making him more money, when it comes time to settle, Fernandez will pay out at a discount. Welcome to the real world!