Jolyon Palmer experienced another mixed day in the world of Formula 1, but the young Brit was able to end the first day in Monaco on a high.
Jolyon Palmer is eagerly anticipating the race that is affectionately regarded as the jewel in Formula 1’s glittering crown this weekend (26-29 May) – the star-studded Monaco Grand Prix.
Jolyon Palmer picked up a creditable 13th at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, extracting maximum performance out of his Renault R.S.16 throughout the Spanish Grand Prix.
Renault Sport Formula One Team driver Jolyon Palmer will start tomorrow’s (15 May) Spanish Grand Prix from 17th on the grid.
A puncture halted Jolyon Palmer’s practice run at the Circuit de Catalunya earlier today, but the 25-year-old responded well to finally set a representative lap time in the closing minutes of the second session.
Jolyon Palmer is ‘pumped-up’ as he returns to a familiar stomping ground this weekend (13-15 May) targeting a ‘strong, solid’ performance in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Jolyon Palmer picked his way through the order during a frenetic Russian Grand Prix to finish 13th for the Renault Sport Formula One Team.
Palmer produced a sterling effort during qualifying in Russia.