Jolyon Palmer endured a disappointing German Grand Prix today (31 July), as a superb start behind the wheel of his Renault Sport F1 R.S.16 was unfortunately undone by opening lap misfortune that consigned him to a race towards the back of the field.
Buoyed by the best performance of his rookie F1 season a week earlier in Hungary, Jolyon Palmer continued to set the pace for Renault Sport Formula One Team at Hockenheim today (30 July) as he secured 14th spot on the starting grid for tomorrow’s German Grand Prix.
Jolyon Palmer produced the finest performance of his fledgling Formula 1 career to-date at the Hungaroring today (24 July), as he came close to claiming his maiden top flight points finish following a captivating charge through the field in the hottest race of the year.
Renault Sport Formula One Team driver Jolyon Palmer enjoyed an encouraging day at the Hungaroring today (23 July), and whilst circumstances conspired to deny him a better grid position, he nonetheless ably proved his potential behind the wheel of the R.S.16.
Renault Sport Formula One Team driver Jolyon Palmer’s Hungaroring practice running was restricted by a fuel pressure issue today (22 July) that limited him to a total of just 18 laps, but the young British F1 rookie set a respectable pace once he finally got out on-track.