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New car being built for Palmer at Monaco

"The team has a busy week ahead, but will re-group in Monaco and hope to put these troubles behind us, he added, saying that he was looking "forward to concentrating on performance, rather than chasing a problem."

Even though there is slightly less turn-around time now before the next race than usual (as the Monaco race weekend boasts an atypical schedule), the team want to do the work now rather than hold it off any longer and certainly don't want want to have the ongoing technical glitches affect their showing at the most prestigious event of the year.

"Monaco is a special event with many good memories and results for us, so we hope to turn our fortunes around in the principality and kick start our season with some strong results," said Jackson.




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