Formula 1: “The last two races have not been easy,” admits Lance Stroll
Photo: Ronald Zak, Associated Press
The race car driver Lance Stroll
Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium — After a vacation in Canada and the Caribbean, Lance Stroll takes the necklace in the hope of adding to his wealth of experience and, most importantly, to add points in the standings in the drivers ‘ championship in Formula 1. And everything will start this weekend in the framework of the Belgian Grand Prix his ‘ second home Grand Prix “.
As is the case of Max Verstappen, Stroll has roots nursery in Belgium, providing a special touch to this race.
“You can say that this is my 2nd Grand national Prize has recognized Stroll Thursday, on the eve of the first free practice. My mother is Belgian, so I’m half Belgian and I have my belgian passport. I have relatives on my mother’s side, but I don’t have the chance to go there often. But yes, for me, it is a Grand Prix special. “
As is the case for all the drivers, the race on the long circuit of Spa-Francorchamps kicks off the second half of the season. But in the case of Stroll, it is also an opportunity to put into practice the lessons learned during the first 11 races of the calendar.
When he takes a look at the first half of this inaugural season, Stroll is aware that the consistency has been lacking. Nevertheless, it paints a positive picture of his first moments among the elite of motor sport.
“There have been ups and downs, as it was expected, and there are things to learn. The last two races have not been easy, but before that, we managed a hat trick of points in the standings and got a podium. Overall I am fairly satisfied with the way things are in the past. “
Stroll realizes that learning all the intricacies of the Formula 1 is made very gradually.
“I still have a lot to offer, with more kilometres of racing and more experience. When I compare [this year] last year, [I see] the ease that I had in Formula 3 was much larger than the one I have in Formula 1, due to years. With more experience and more time spent in the car, I think I can give much more. “
Lance Stroll hopes to add points, and consistency, week after week