Palm won the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, co-driving for Erik Carlsson, in a Saab. The event was the first professional rally the pair entered. They went on to several top finishes during 1963 and 1964, in particular the East African Safari Rally and the Liège-Sofia-Liège rally.
Palm collaborated with many of the world's most successful rally drivers, including Rauno Aaltonen, Ove Andersson, Tony Fall, Timo Mäkinen, Bengt Söderström, and Tom Trana. Palm co-drove with Söderström to win the 1967 European Rally Championship in a Lotus Cortina.
In 1973, Palm quit racing, joining the public relations department of Ford. By 1999, he was director of Ford public relations in Sweden.
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