He began his career in Championnat de France Formule Renault Turbo in 1984, finishing second in the championship. In 1985 he moved to the French Formula Three Championship and finished third in points with two wins. In 1986 he participated in a handful of major Formula Three races including the Macau Grand Prix and participated in one World Sports-Prototype Championship race in a Porsche 962C for Fitzpatrick Racing. In 1987 he made his International Formula 3000 debut and finished second in his first race and won the third race of the season at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Trollé finished sixth in the championship. He returned to the series in 1988 but his season was curtailed after a serious accident at Brands Hatch. However, he still finished 11th in points on the strength of two podium finishes in the first six races. In 1990 he moved to sports cars part-time and participated in World Sports-Prototype Championship for Courage Compétition and made his 24 Hours of Le Mans debut with the team, finishing 7th overall. He returned to Courage in the Sportscar World Championship in 1991 for 3 races in what would be his last professional racing starts.
- Michel Trollé - Career Detail, Driver Database, Retrieved 2011-01-21
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