Renault signed an initial career promising in Spa-Francorchamps. Jolyon Palmer reached the seventh position after avoiding the touches early and Kevin Magnussen are position to its wake in what were the best positions of both throughout the season. However, the good performance of both drivers was overshadowed in the fifth lap, when Magnussen lost control of the RS16 and impacting at high speed against the protections outside of the Raidillon. The strong crash ended with a period of red flag in terms of sports, while Magnussen was transferred to the medical center as indicated in the protocol.
despite leave you on your own feet and be aware at all times, Kevin Magnussen was transferred to the medical center as a precautionary measure. Luckily, the consequences of the mishap to the pilot-scandinavian were minimal and the only injury arising out of the impact was a small cut to the height of the left ankle. The own Magnussen conveyed through their social network accounts that was perfectly and that expects to be ready to compete at Monza in a week.
For his part, Jolyon Palmer experienced a career nearly in parallel with
Kvyat and Grosjean. The three drivers staged various battles
throughout the race, but what is certain is that they were losing bellows
according to the pilots of Ferrari and Williams, they would be overcome. With three
pit stops, Palmer ended the fifteenth with big problems
management of tyres: “we Had our best qualifying here.
Both cars we have signed a great start and place us among the top ten
first in the turns initial. We could have had a good
race, but the safety car left in the lurch a lot of
pilots with our strategy“.
looking more closely at
your race, Jolyon Palmer explained: “it Is a pity not to get
a better result at the end, but this weekend has been better
that we could come to expect, to be honest. I saw the accident
Magnussen in my mirrors. It is not pleasant to see, because the
mishap has taken place on a very fast track. I’m glad
you can say that is good“.