F1 News: Barcelona Test Day 2 – Lotus F1 Team

Lotus LogoFor the First Time – 2015 Barcelona Test, Day Two
Friday 20th February

Jolyon Palmer had his first taste of the Lotus F1 Team E23 Hybrid in his role as Third and Reserve Driver today. Over the course of 77 laps at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Jolyon ran through a programme of tyre and aero assessments, setting a best lap of 1min 26.280secs. Read more of this post

F1 News: Jolyon Palmer announced as Lotus F1 Team Third Driver for 2015

Lotus LogoTuesday 20th January

Reigning GP2 Series Champion Jolyon Palmer today joined Lotus F1 Team as Third Driver for the 2015 season.

Jolyon will attend all Grands Prix and Formula 1 tests throughout 2015 for Lotus F1 Team, including driving in a significant number of Free Practice 1 sessions, as well as contributing to the car’s testing and development during the season. Jolyon will also fulfil the role of Reserve Driver. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Abu Dhabi Test, Day 1 – Sahara Force India

Sahara LogoAbu Dhabi Test Report, 25 November 2014

Jolyon Palmer enjoyed his first opportunity in a Formula One car today as he worked with Sahara Force India at Yas Marina for the first day of testing.

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F1 News: Jolyon Palmer and Spike Goddard to test for Sahara Force India in Abu Dhabi

Sahara LogoSahara Force India is pleased to announce GP2 Series Champion Jolyon Palmer and 22-year-old Australian Spike Goddard as the team’s line-up for next week’s test in Abu Dhabi.

Jolyon’s opportunity at the wheel of the VJM07 comes after a triumphant campaign in GP2, in which he won four races ahead of the season finale en route to becoming the first Briton since Lewis Hamilton to win the title. The son of Read more of this post

GP2 News: Thoughts of a Champion – Jolyon Palmer

GP2 LogoNewly crowned Champion reflects on a stellar season

GP2 Series: Jolyon Palmer, tenth GP2 Series Champion. How does that sound?

Jolyon Palmer: It sounds incredible. It was obviously what we were aiming for from the start of this year and I think we’ve just done a Read more of this post

GP2 News: Jolyon Palmer crowned 2014 GP2 Champion

GP2 LogoDAMS ace wins first ever GP2 race in Russia to take the Series crown

He did it! Following a stellar 2014 season, Jolyon Palmer has been crowned the tenth GP2 Series Champion after he won today’s dramatic feature race at Sochi Autodrom sustaining pressure from Mitch Evans in the final stages. Raffaele Marciello completed the podium. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Palmer leads the way at Sochi

GP2 LogoSeries leader quickest in free practice

GP2 Series leader Jolyon Palmer had the perfect start to his weekend setting the best laptime of the free practice session at the Sochi Autodrom in a 1:46.083 – half a second quicker than closest rival Arthur Pic. André Negrao finished third. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Palmer powers to sprint win

GP2 LogoBriton leads from lights to flag

Series leader Jolyon Palmer’s remarkable comeback has been capped by a solid victory in this morning’s sprint race in Monza, an incredible reversal after starting yesterday’s feature race from the back of the grid by leading today from pole to flag ahead of Stefano Coletti and teammate Stéphane Richelmi. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Jolyon Palmer scorches to Hockenheim pole

GP2 LogoGP2 Series leader quickest in Germany

Series leader Jolyon Palmer has left only crumbs to his rivals in today’s GP2 Series qualifying session. The Briton set a blazing laptime of 1:23.383 in the early stages that would never be bettered. Stoffel Vandoorne and Stefano Coletti completed the top three. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Palmer wins action-packed feature race

GP2 LogoBriton takes victory in Monte Carlo

Series leader Jolyon Palmer is again a happy man today: he recovered from a slow start from pole position, and then survived three safety car periods and a red flag to take a second win this season ahead of Mitch Evans and Felipe Nasr. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Palmer on pole position

GP2 LogoBriton untouchable in the streets of Monte Carlo

Series leader Jolyon Palmer has ruled today’s qualifying session in Monte Carlo with another blazing laptime of 1:20.774 leaving only crumbs to his closest rivals. Rio Haryanto who set the quickest laptime in Group B will start from P2 tomorrow whilst Mitch Evans who was second fastest in Palmer’s group will start from third place on the feature race grid. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Jolyon Palmer sets the pace in Monte Carlo

GP2 LogoSeries leader quickest in morning free practice

Series leader Jolyon Palmer has set the record straight in this morning’s free practice: the Briton posted the quickest laptime with a blazing 1:20.707, three tenths faster than Johnny Cecotto. Monegasque Stéphane Richelmi finished third in the other DAMS car. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Palmer leads the way in free practice

GP2 LogoBriton on top in Barcelona

Jolyon Palmer has opened his Barcelona weekend in fine style, leading his rivals for almost the entire forty-five minutes of this morning’s free practice session in Spain to claim the top spot on the timesheets ahead of Felipe Nasr and teammate Stéphane Richelmi. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Palmer sprints to Sakhir victory

GP2 LogoBriton wins to grab early title lead

 

Jolyon Palmer has topped a dominant weekend in Bahrain with victory in this morning’s sprint race: the win, along with pole position, a podium and fastest lap yesterday allowed the Briton to head home with the lead in the 2014 GP2 Series championship after standing on the top step between Simon Trummer and Julian Leal.

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GP2 News: Palmer flies to Sakhir pole

GP2 LogoDAMS driver snatches first pole position of the 2014 season

 

Jolyon Palmer has started his 2014 GP2 Series campaign in the best possible way: the Briton snatched this season’s first pole position in a blazing 1:38.865 in a tricky session that saw a red flag period. Behind him, rookie Stoffel Vandoorne did not fail to impress the rest of the field: the Belgian ace clocked in a laptime just three hundredths slower than Palmer, but one tenth quicker than Daniel Abt in third place. Read more of this post

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