Aston Martin Driver Lance Stroll Confirms Return for 2023 F1 Japanese Grand Prix Despite Recent Crash and Pressure from Team

2023-09-20 08:15:08

Lance Stroll has silenced all speculation by confirming that he will return to the Aston Martin cockpit at the 2023 F1 Japanese Grand Prix. Stroll faces mounting pressure from his father Lawrence Stroll’s team as he struggles to match the performance level of his teammate Fernando Alonso, leading to further unwelcome and alarming developments at the Singapore Grand Prix. Ta.

Stroll, who was trying to make up some time with the aim of qualifying for Q2, lost control of his AMR23 at the start of the final corner of the Marina Bay Street Circuit and crashed into the barrier at high speed. Stroll, who was trying to make up some time to advance to the Q2 qualifying stage, lost control of his AMR23 as he exited the final corner of the Marina Bay Street Circuit and crashed into the barriers at high speed. As a result, a red flag was shown and qualifying ended early. Fortunately, Stroll was unharmed, but attention was focused on the extensive rebuild work needed to get Aston Martin’s car ready for the Singapore Grand Prix, but Stroll was feeling the following-effects of such a vicious shunt and the team Stroll was forced to withdraw from the race due to a joint decision between the drivers and the drivers. There was speculation in some quarters that Stroll would miss this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, but Aston Martin has denied this, and Stroll has now confirmed on social media that he is feeling better and will resume action at Suzuka. He revealed that he is ready to do so. “Thank you for all the kind messages,” Stroll wrote in the post. ‘We’re ready for this weekend’s race’ After the nightmare in Singapore, Aston Martin will be hoping for a smoother race in Japan. Alonso called the AMR23 “undrivable” during the race, and finished 15th due to Aston Martin’s pit stop failure. Aston Martin finished with no points in Singapore, widening the gap to Mercedes to 72 points, a disappointing result as they aim for second place in the constructors’ championship.View this post on Instagram A post shared by Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant (@astonmartinf1) Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team

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