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Canadian
29 October 1998 (22)
Alex Soler-Roig (29 October 1932)
Tiff Needell (29 October 1951)

statistics

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3 (3.8%)
1 (2020 Istanbul Park) (1.3%)
0 (0%)
3rd
4
78
78
142 (1.8 points per race avg)
4576
32 (0.7%)
0 (0%)
13 (16.7%)
2017 Australian Grand Prix
2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Lance Stroll

Lance Stroll (born 29 October 1998) is a Canadian racing driver, currently driving in Formula One with Williams. He was Italian F4 champion in 2014, Toyota Racing Series champion in 2015, and 2016 FIA European Formula 3 champion. He was part of the Ferrari Driver Academy from 2010 to 2015. He achieved his first podium finishing, a 3rd place, at the 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, becoming the second-youngest driver to finish an F1 race on the podium and the youngest to do so during his rookie season.


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seasons

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor

pole positions

# event constructor
1 2020 Turkish Grand Prix round 14 Racing Point

teams & teammates

season teammate
2017 Felipe Massa
Paul di Resta
Williams compare 2017
2018 Sergey Sirotkin
Williams compare 2018
2019 Sergio Pérez
Racing Point compare 2019
2020 Sergio Pérez
Nico Hülkenberg
Racing Point compare 2020

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The Canadian took his maiden pole position for the team - then called Racing Point - at the Turkish Grand Prix last season, and enjoyed two podium finishes as he enjoyed a step forward in form from his team.<br>But while chuffed with the good days, he still thinks more could have been more possible were it not for bad luck and catching COVID-19.<br>“We had some good results: a few fourth places ...

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Vettel joins the former Racing Point outfit this year after his Ferrari contract was not extended beyond 2020.<br>The German had a tough time against Charles Leclerc, his partner at Maranello, over the last two seasons.<br>However the Aston Martin management believes that Vettel will thrive in his new environment, with technical director Andrew Green suggesting in October that the team can help ...

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Stroll enjoyed his best season to date in F1 last year, picking up two podium finishes and his maiden pole position en route to scoring more points than in his previous three seasons combined.<br>The Canadian helped Racing Point finish fourth in the constructors’ championship, narrowly losing out to McLaren in the fight for third as it regularly competed towards the head of the ...

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Racing Point is just 10 points ahead of McLaren and 22 clear of Renault with millions of dollars of prize fund money riding on the final classification of the three teams in the constructors' championship.<br>Racing Point made its task harder when it decided to give Sakhir GP winner Sergio Perez a new power unit for the last weekend of the season, committing to him to starting at the ...

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The Canadian had been running ahead of Esteban Ocon and teammate Sergio Perez when he left the pits following a change of tyres for the run to the flag.<br>But he ran slightly wide under braking for Turn 1 as he came out, and that allowed Ocon to get past him.<br>Then, being unable to find a way past his Renault rival, he got held up and Perez was able to close up on the pair of them.<br>As the ...

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Turkish GP pole man Stroll had been an encouraging second in Q1, after a strong second run left him behind only Lewis Hamilton – who went on to take pole.<br>The mix-up was a blow for the Silverstone team in its battle for third in the constructors’ championship on a day when both Renaults were inside the top 10. Stroll used up a set of medium tyres in Q1, and then he had another new set ...

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Stroll led the race comfortably in the early stages on full wet tyres, but began to suffer graining in his second stint on intermediates, allowing teammate Sergio Perez to cut his advantage.<br>After a stop for a fresh set of inters Stroll's pace dropped off badly and he fell back to an eventual ninth place at the flag.<br>It was only when the car returned from parc ferme to the garage after the ...

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Stroll took a shock pole position in rainy conditions on Saturday in Turkey, and was able to open up a 10-second lead over the field in the opening stages of the race on full wet tyres.<br>Although Stroll maintained his lead upon the switch to intermediate tyres, he saw the gap to teammate Sergio Perez narrow at the front, prompting Racing Point to bring Stroll in for a second stop with 22 laps to ...

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Stroll capitalised on heavy rain and low grip conditions on the new surface at Istanbul Park to score his maiden F1 pole, edging out Red Bull’s Max Verstappen by two-tenths of a second in Q3.<br>Stroll said after qualifying he was “shocked” by the result following struggles through practice as he became the fifth-youngest pole-sitter in F1 history.<br>But the Canadian downplayed talk of a ...

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The Canadian bounced back from a recent run of misfortune to take the top spot in the dying moments of a dramatic wet qualifying session, beating Red Bull's Max Verstappen and his own teammate Sergio Perez.<br>Szafnauer stressed that Stroll had led the way in choosing intermediate tyres for the closing minutes of Q3, a decision that paid off handsomely.<br>Perez briefly held pole but spun his ...

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As the stewards picked their way through the various incidents in a messy qualifying that included two red flags and an hour-long Q1 session, pole-man Stroll came into the spotlight for a possible yellow flag infringement.<br>TV footage showed that Stroll's teammate, Sergio Perez, had spun ahead of him on track during his fastest Q3 lap, resulting in a yellow flag being waved at Turn 7. Stroll was ...

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Stroll produced a shock result in qualifying at Istanbul Park on Saturday by scoring his maiden F1 pole position in wet conditions on a low-grip surface.<br>The Racing Point driver's celebrations were put on hold after the stewards summoned him shortly after qualifying for failing to slow for yellow flags during his fastest lap in Q3.<br>Stroll was alleged to have failed to slow down enough after ...

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Stroll scored the first F1 pole of his career in a wet qualifying session at Istanbul Park on Saturday, beating Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Racing Point teammate Sergio Perez at the end of Q3.<br>But the Canadian driver will now meet with the stewards after allegedly not slowing down enough for yellow flags at Turn 7 during his pole position lap.<br>The FIA stewards issued a bulletin confirming ...

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With Saturday afternoon's action being hit by multiple red flags, Stroll kept his cool and a change on to intermediate tyre helped him claim the top spot in the final stages of Q3.<br>The Canadian, who has not scored a point since he finished on the podium at the Italian Grand Prix in September, ended up 0.290 seconds ahead of Max Verstappen, who had looked in control of things earlier ...

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The session was heavily disrupted, with Q1 suspended for nearly 45 minutes after the rain intensified following the opening 10 minutes, and when it did get going again it was quickly red-flagged for a second time when Romain Grosjean became stuck in the Turn 1 gravel after spinning off in his Haas.<br>Red Bull driver Verstappen largely led the way throughout the session, with Esteban Ocon spending ...

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Stroll has failed to score any points since finishing on the podium in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza over two months ago, reaching the chequered flag just once in that time.<br>By comparison, teammate Sergio Perez has scored 48 points in the same five-race period, helping Racing Point’s bid for third place in the constructors’ championship.<br>Stroll crashed heavily while running in the ...

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Onboard footage emerged from Stroll’s car following the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix two weeks ago showing the Racing Point driver quickly passing by two marshals on-track behind the safety car.<br>Stroll had clear track ahead of him as he was given the call to unlap himself, but came across two marshals on the edge of the asphalt at the entry to Acque Minerali as they finished clearing the site ...

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Stroll has not scored a single point since he finished on the podium at the Italian Grand Prix in September.<br>He crashed out in Tuscany and Russia and has enjoyed little luck since illness, subsequently confirmed as COVID-19, forced him to miss the Eifel GP.<br>In Portugal he was involved in incidents with Red Bull's Max Verstappen in practice, and with McLaren driver Lando Norris in the ...

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Stroll is one of only two drivers who took the opportunity to visit the Italian circuit after the Emilia Romagna GP was announced – despite the obvious challenge presented by the event being run with a single Saturday morning practice session.<br>Valtteri Bottas sampled Imola shortly before Stroll, although only at the wheel of a Mercedes road car.<br>AlphaTauri drivers Pierre Gasly and Daniil ...

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Racing Point driver Stroll is currently enjoying his best season to date in F1, scoring a podium at the Italian Grand Prix and more than double the points of his previous two seasons combined.<br>The Canadian has often faced scrutiny through his career due to the role of his father, Lawrence, who bought the Racing Point team in 2018 ahead of his son's move there.<br>Racing Point acknowledged ...

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Although today’s announcement is focused on the road car business, the closer links between the two companies will have implications for their respective Formula 1 programmes, which are already running in parallel, with as much co-operation as the FIA rules allow.<br>The Aston Martin name will return to Grand Prix racing next year when the Racing Point team is rebadged, with new driver Sebastian ...

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Norris had run as high as third for McLaren in the opening stages of Sunday's race at Portimao, and was in contention for a points finish prior to his collision with Stroll on lap 18 of the race.<br>Stroll looked to pass Norris around the outside at Turn 1 despite being out wide on the kerb, and turned into the McLaren driver on the inside, resulting in contact.<br>It left Norris with damage that ...

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The collision happened after Stroll passed Verstappen close to the end of a hot lap. The Dutchman got a tow from the Racing Point and moved inside to pass it on the run to Turn 1, but was not aware that Stroll had been told to do a second consecutive flying lap.<br>Stroll duly turned in at Turn 1 and was pitched off the road by contact with Verstappen's right front wheel.<br>Racing Point's radio ...

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Verstappen and Stroll collided at Turn 1 with 25 minutes remaining in second practice at Portimao on Friday afternoon, causing a red flag.<br>Verstappen was following Stroll around the final corner before starting a hot lap, and managed to get into the slipstream of the Racing Point car ahead on the main straight.<br>After moving up the inside of Stroll at the corner, Verstappen turned in, only ...

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Bottas finished ahead of Verstappen and Lando Norris, with Lewis Hamilton sixth after having his first run on the soft tyres disrupted by traffic.<br>The first 30 minutes of the session were dedicated to running Pirelli's prototype C1 rubber that the manufacturer is working on for use in 2021, with all the drivers heading out early-on to try the unmarked tyres.<br>Hamilton and Romain Grosjean, who ...

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