British F1 rookie Jolyon Palmer will start tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix (17 April) from 19th on the grid, after the Renault Sport Formula One Team struggled for pace in qualifying around the Shanghai International Circuit.
Jolyon Palmer enjoyed a solid day’s running during the opening two free practice sessions ahead of this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix (15-17 April), logging almost 50 laps as he worked methodically through his pre-race programme.
Jolyon Palmer forecasts an exciting and action-packed Chinese Grand Prix this weekend (16/17 April), as he bids to battle back from the disappointment of a Bahrain Grand Prix that was over before it had even begun.
Palmer Jolyon Palmer’s Bahrain Grand Prix transpired to be a short but not so sweet affair today, with a suspected hydraulic problem grounding the young British Formula 1 rookie before the lights went out.
Jolyon Palmer will begin tomorrow’s Bahrain Grand Prix from 19th position, following a difficult qualifying session in the desert kingdom today.