It was another difficult day for the Renault team. Jolyon Palmer went through a frustrating first day at the Hungaroring, but the Anglo-French outfit's social media team tried to see the funny side.
Palmer wasn't on track for long in FP1, with the team running into a problem with a sensor in the fuel tank of the RS16. It took a while for the team to fix the issue, with Palmer only getting back on track towards the end of second practice. He finished both sessions towards the rear of the field.
Quick update on Jolyon's car: it's also addicted to #PokemonGO & is fuming that there are none to catch at the circuit...— Renault Sport F1 (@RenaultSportF1) July 22, 2016
Bahrain International Circuit - Winter testing