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7 November 1956 (65)
Alex Ribeiro (7 November 1948)

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4th (1987 Australian Grand Prix)
9th (1989 French Grand Prix)
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43 (48.9%)
1983 European Grand Prix
1989 Australian Grand Prix

about Jonathan Palmer

Jonathan Charles Palmer (born 7 November 1956) is a British former Formula One racing driver. Also a physician, he briefly practised medicine before he opted for a career in motorsport.

Active in Formula One between 1983 and 1989, Palmer drove for Tyrrell, Williams, RAM, and Zakspeed. He won 14 Championship points from 83 starts. He also raced a Group C Porsche in sports car events between 1983 and 1990, most notably winning the 1984 1000 km of Brands Hatch with co-driver Jan Lammers and taking second place at the 1985 24 Hours of Le Mans with co-drivers James Weaver and Richard Lloyd.

Palmer helped develop the McLaren F1 road car, and drove one to a new speed record for production cars. He has taken a role in the racing careers of Jolyon Palmer and Will Palmer, his two sons.

He is currently the majority shareholder and chief executive of MotorSport Vision, a motorsports organization.


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seasons

1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989,

finishing positions

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1983 Jacques Laffite
Keke Rosberg
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1984 Philippe Alliot
Mike Thackwell
RAM compare 1984
1985 Christian Danner
Zakspeed compare 1985
1986 Huub Rothengatter
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1987 Philippe Streiff
Tyrrell compare 1987
1988 Julian Bailey
Tyrrell compare 1988
1989 Michele Alboreto
Jean Alesi
Johnny Herbert
Tyrrell compare 1989

news

According to a report in the Financial Times, Palmer, who has been CEO since 2014, will be replaced by AMG boss Tobias Moers on Tuesday.<br>The move comes off the back of a difficult financial situation for the British luxury sportscar maker, whose share price has collapsed from £19 when it was floated in October 2018, to around 35 pence now.<br>Aston Martin has not confirmed the arrival of Moers ...

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