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Last night, Lance Stroll catapulted his car into the wall on the last corner at the end of Q1. The Canadian wanted to do too much and lost control of his car. In difficulty compared to his teammate, Fernando Alonso, the Aston Martin driver wants to perform and get closer to the Bull of Asturias, but in vain. After his accident, he carried out a medical check-up by FIA doctors to check the driver’s condition. He had the green light from the FIA and could start. But the British team did not want to take any risks and preferred to preserve its driver for the Japanese Grand Prix which will take place next week. Once again, this is a negative result for Stroll. Find out his reaction after his crash.
Lance Stroll present on the grid tomorrow?
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No risk taking
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack has spoken out about Lance Stroll’s condition and his decision.
“The whole team is relieved that Lance was able to get out of the car after yesterday’s accident. However, he is still feeling the aftereffects of such a violent accident. The priority now is for him to make a full and speedy recovery. Together we have decided that he will not participate in tonight’s race and will concentrate fully on his return to the wheel for next weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.”
A few hours before the start of the Singapore Grand Prix, Aston Martin has decided not to take any risks with its driver. Lance Stroll will not start this afternoon at the wheel of his car.
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