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Palmer in talks over 2015 seat

GP2 Championship leader Jolyon Palmer has told Sky Sports talks are progressing about a Formula 1 race seat in 2015.The Briton is yet to test an F1 car, but has impressed in GP2 this year starting the season in style with five podiums in the first five races, including two victories to open up a healthy advantage at the top of the standings.The 23-year-old's qualifying pace has also been impressive, having secured himself a frontrow start for every Feature Race this season and he has revealed he is now in negations about an F1 race seat.'Things are progressing,' Palmer told Sky Sports Online. 'So far this season things have been almost perfect for me minus the little blip in Austria, but...
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