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Jolyon Palmer

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1991 (28 years old)

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Horsham, United Kingdom

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Jolyon Palmer (born 20 January 1991) is a British racing driver, who last raced for Renault Sport F1 Team in the Formula One World Championship. He made his Formula One debut with the team at the start of the 2016 season, during which he scored his first World Championship points at the Malaysian Grand Prix. Palmer stayed with Renault for 2017 through to the Japanese Grand Prix, where he left the team.

Palmer, the son of former F1 driver and major UK race circuit owner Jonathan Palmer, was educated at Dorset House School, after which he attended Cranleigh School and the University of Nottingham (from which he graduated with a bachelor degree in Management Studies in 2012). He drove for the Lotus Formula One team as a test driver in 2015, stepping up to a full-time race seat the following season when the team received manufacturer backing from Renault. Prior to racing in F1, Palmer enjoyed a successful junior single-seater career, including claiming the 2014 GP2 Series title.


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