Sainz caught off-guard by news of early switch to Renault - F1i.com

Carlos Sainz says he wasn't expecting to move to Renault before the end of the season and was made aware of the decision just 30 minutes before it was confirmed. Renault announced late on Saturday that Carlos Sainz would race for the French outfit at ...

Sainz apologises after 'sad end' to Toro Rosso tenure - ESPN.co.uk

Out-going Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz was left saddened by how his final Formula One race with the team ended, after crashing out of the Japanese Grand Prix. Sainz ended his swansong race with the Faenza-based outfit in the barriers, having spun out ...

Jolyon Palmer reflects on final race weekend with Renault - Motorsport Week

With the Japanese Grand Prix being Jolyon Palmer's last race for Renault, the Briton has explained that it was sensible for him to part ways with the Enstone-based outfit to allow Carlos Sainz Jr to join the team for the remainder of 2017. Palmer has ...

Jolyon Palmer admits early Renault departure made sense - ESPN

Jolyon Palmer admits his split from Renault following the Japanese Grand Prix made sense after the team made it clear they wanted Carlos Sainz to contest the rest of 2017. Sainz was already set to replace Palmer at Renault for 2018, but the French ...

Palmer bows out of Renault F1 with quiet run to P12 at Suzuka - NBC Sports - Motorsports (blog)

Jolyon Palmer bowed out of Renault and – for the time being at least – Formula 1 with a quiet run to 12th place in Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. After almost two tough seasons with Renault that have yielded just two points finishes, Palmer ...

Jolyon Palmer: “With one more lap I think we could have had tenth“ - The Checkered Flag

Renault Sport Formula 1 Team driver Jolyon Palmer ended the Japanese Grand Prix, and his final race with the French squad, out of the points, but believes tenth place would have been possible had the race been one lap longer. “We had a solid last race, ...

Sainz: early Renault call-up 'a big surprise' - Read Motorsport (blog)

Carlos Sainz Jr. admits the announcement at the Japanese Grand Prix he would be called up by Renault for the final four races of 2017 came as “a big surprise”. Sainz had already been confirmed as a Renault Sport F1 driver for 2018 in Singapore, but the ...

Renault confirms Japan as Jolyon Palmer's last race - DeathRattleSports.com

Renault has announced Jolyon Palmer will leave the team after Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, with Carlos Sainz replacing the Briton from the US Grand Prix. Palmer, whose future in F1 has been the subject of much speculation for the majority of the 2017 ...

Sainz 'surprised' by early Renault move - Planet F1

Carlos Sainz wasn't expecting the early move to Renault, revealing he was only told half an hour before the announcement. Renault confirmed on Saturday that Sainz would move to his 2018 team in the wake of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend.

Pushed-out Palmer concedes he may not race in Formula One again after early exit at Renault - West Sussex County Times

Jolyon Palmer has conceded he may never race in Formula One again after leaving Renault Sport in the wake of the weekend's Japanese Grand Prix. The news that the Southwater driver would be leaving the team after Sunday's race broke on Friday with the ...

Palmer: I'm out... that's Formula One - pitpass.com

Though Renault may have fallen behind Haas in the constructors' standings following yesterday's Japanese Grand Prix, and might yet find itself under pressure from McLaren, there is one area in which the French team clearly excels. The team which ...

Formula One: Jolyon Palmer seeks new pastures after Renault axing - The Straits Times

SUZUKA, Japan (REUTERS) - Jolyon Palmer said farewell to the Renault team on Sunday (Oct 8) and probably to Formula One as well. The underperforming Briton is being replaced by Spaniard Carlos Sainz for the remaining four races of the season and ...

Jolyon Palmer bids farewell to F1 after Japanese Grand Prix - AutoIndustriya.com

Yesterday's Japanese Grand Prix would be the last for British driver Jolyon Palmer as he will be leaving Renault and exiting Formula 1 after finishing in 12th place. Taking his place at Renault would be Toro Rosso driver, Carlos Sainz, who will be ...

Japanese GP: Early Renault F1 announcement 'a big surprise' for Sainz - crash.net

Carlos Sainz Jr says his shock early switch to Renault came as a big surprise having found out just 30 minutes before the news was confirmed. Carlos Sainz Jr. says Saturday's announcement that he would be joining Renault's Formula 1 team from the next ...

Renault Sport Racing F1 team confirms departure of Jolyon Palmer; Carlos Sainz joins as his replacement - Paul Tan's Automotive News

The recently concluded Japanese Grand Prix will be the last race for Jolyon Palmer with Renault Sport Racing, as the British racing driver will depart from the F1 team by mutual agreement. “I would like to thank Jolyon for his commitment to the team ...

MOTOR RACING: Jolyon palmer aiming to bounce back in Japanese Grand Prix - Oxford Mail

JOLYON Palmer is looking for an improved display in tomorrow's hotly-anticipated Japanese Grand Prix. The Enstone-based Renault driver could only finish 15th in Malaysia last week, one place ahead of teammate Nico Hulkenberg. The Suzuka circuit is a ...

Sainz 'sorry' for DNF in Toro Rosso farewell - Fox Sports Asia

Carlos Sainz has apologised to Toro Rosso for retiring on the opening lap in his final appearance for the team. The Spaniard felt he had to take a risk at the beginning because of his strategy, but was caught out very early by the lack of grip on the ...

MOTORSPORT: Jolyon Palmer comes 12th in his final race for Renault - Oxford Mail

JOLYON Palmer, competing in his last race for Renault, finished 12th in the Japanese Grand Prix. The Briton was due to leave the Enstone-based Formula 1 team at the end of the season, to be replaced by the Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz Jnr. But ...

Sainz's farewell to Toro Rosso ends in tatters - F1i.com

Carlos Sainz was hoping for a better outcome to his swan song ride with Toro Rosso than a retirement on the first lap of the Japanese GP. The Spaniard, who moves on to Renault for the US Grand Prix in Austin in two weeks, failed to make it past Turn 6 ...

Jolyon Palmer looks to new horizons after Formula One exit - Eurosport.com ASIA

Jolyon Palmer said farewell to the Renault team on Sunday and probably Formula One as well. The under-performing Briton is being replaced by Spaniard Carlos Sainz for the remaining four races of the season and left the Japanese Grand Prix with no more ...