Sport Abiteboul: Palmer has 'deep reserves' of mental strength

23:35  10 may  2017
23:35  10 may  2017 Source:   Read Sport

Aaron Lennon detained under the Mental Health Act

  Aaron Lennon detained under the Mental Health Act Everton winger Aaron Lennon has been detained under the Mental Health Act after the Police found him at the side of a busy road, close to the M602 in Salford. As reported in the Daily Mail, the police thought that the 30-year-old former England international was in a precarious situation and stayed with him for over 20 minutes. A spokesman for the Greater Manchester Police force said: ‘Police were called at around 4.35pm on Sunday, April 30, 2017 to reports of a concern for the welfare of a man. Officers attended and a 30-year-old man was detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act and was taken to hospital for assessment.’ In a statement released a short while ago, Everton Football Club said: ‘Aaron Lennon is currently receiving care and treatment for a stress-related illness. The club is supporting him through this and his family has appealed for privacy at this time.’ We all wish Aaron all the best in his recovery.

Renault chief Cyril Abiteboul says the team has no doubts Jolyon Palmer has " deep reserves " of mental fortitude and can bounce back from his tough start to 2017. Renault: Out-of-form Jolyon Palmer has ' deep reserves ' of mental strength .

Renault chief Cyril Abiteboul says the team has no doubts Jolyon Palmer has " deep reserves " of mental fortitude and can bounce back from his tough start to 2017. Renault: Out-of-form Jolyon Palmer has ' deep reserves ' of mental strength .

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Jolyon Palmer has ‘deep reserves’ of mental strength according to his team boss Cyril Abiteboul, who believes he can bounce back after a torrid start to his 2017 campaign.

Having been out-qualified by his team-mate Nico Hulkenberg at every race so far, and failing to score a point in any of the first four rounds, Palmer has recently been under intense scrutiny from the press and fans alike.

The 2014 GP2 champion, however, he does have the backing of Abiteboul, who’s confident the British driver can recover.

“For Jolyon, it’s been a tough start to the season; if there’s been an issue affecting the car, you can almost guarantee it happens his side of the garage,” Abiteboul told .

Aaron Lennon detained under the Mental Health Act

  Aaron Lennon detained under the Mental Health Act Everton winger Aaron Lennon has been detained under the Mental Health Act after the Police found him at the side of a busy road, close to the M602 in Salford. As reported in the Daily Mail, the police thought that the 30-year-old former England international was in a precarious situation and stayed with him for over 20 minutes. A spokesman for the Greater Manchester Police force said: ‘Police were called at around 4.35pm on Sunday, April 30, 2017 to reports of a concern for the welfare of a man. Officers attended and a 30-year-old man was detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act and was taken to hospital for assessment.’ In a statement released a short while ago, Everton Football Club said: ‘Aaron Lennon is currently receiving care and treatment for a stress-related illness. The club is supporting him through this and his family has appealed for privacy at this time.’ We all wish Aaron all the best in his recovery.

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“This is something we are responding to by ensuring each and every reliability issue that impacts upon performance is addressed and so much work occurs in this regard away from the track at Enstone and Viry.

“We know that Jolyon has deep reserves and can bounce back well. We saw last year how he came on strong in the second half of the season so we’re working hard to give him the car in which he can deliver.”

With a myriad of problems causing the Briton to miss out on critical track time in Russia, Palmer is hoping for a much more straightforward weekend at the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix and is hoping to score his first points of the season.

“The outlook [for Barcelona] is good,” Palmer added.

“We’ve seen what the R.S.17 is capable of and I know that all I need to score points is a straightforward weekend. Russia was really frustrating as I had a good car under me but I was out of the race by the second corner. That’s motor racing, but it’s still very frustrating.”

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