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FEATURE - PUBLISHED ON JULY 13TH 2010
VIDEO: Huff and Palmer swap cars
Chevrolet World Touring Car racer Rob Huff and Formula 2 championship leader Jolyon Palmer try out each other's cars in a test at Brands Hatch. Watch how they got on

Rob Huff is a seven-time race winner in the World Touring Car Championship, and has been a factory Chevrolet driver since 2005.

Jolyon Palmer - son of former grand prix driver Jonathan - is leading this year's Formula 2 championship with four wins from 10 races so far.

Huff hasn't raced a single-seater since his Formula Renault campaign of 2001, while 19-year-old Palmer's only prior tin-top experience was in T-Cars at the beginning of his career.

Ahead of this weekend's WTCC and F2 rounds at Brands Hatch, the pair tried out each other's cars in a test on the British circuit's Indy layout.

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