Jolyon Palmer1991-01-20 (age 29)
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Ex-Renault Formula 1 driver Jolyon Palmer will be part of the BBC’s Formula 1 radio coverage this season.
Nico Hulkenberg denies he could "slack" when he had Jolyon Palmer as his Renault Formula 1 teammate, and says Carlos Sainz's arrival made no difference to his efforts.
In at number 16 in our countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2017 is Toro Rosso's mid-season driver line-up reshuffle, one that cost Daniil Kvyat his place in Formula 1.
Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says that getting Carlos Sainz on board for the last four races of this season provides the Enstone team with a “jump start” for 2018.
Renault's Jolyon Palmer says that Max Verstappen was at fault for their "silly" clash in Formula 1's final practice ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says he hopes Jolyon Palmer has been given a wake-up call about what is expected from him, following his first points of the season at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Jolyon Palmer says he is ready to start "a new chapter" in his motorsport career and find a new long-term focus should he fail to secure a place on the Formula 1 grid in 2018.
Jolyon Palmer says he will leave Renault at the end of the year with his head held high, after hoping a season-best result of sixth in the Singapore Grand Prix starts a run of good form for him.
Jolyon Palmer said he was first alerted to Carlos Sainz's 2018 Renault Formula 1 deal when he read about it on the internet last weekend.
With the McLaren/Toro Rosso engine swap set to be confirmed in the coming days, along with the move of Carlos Sainz to Renault, more pieces of the F1 driver market are now likely to fall into place.