Palmer: F1 weekends “can’t get worse” than Baku

The Renault driver crashed in first practice and was forced to miss FP2, then did only a few laps in FP3 before a fuel leak and fire stopped him and caused him to miss qualifying.He started 20th, and after experiencing a misfire on the way to the grid he had to stop after completing just seven laps."Obviously the pressure’s on, it’s not been a good start to the season," Palmer said ... Keep reading