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Canadian
29 October 1998 (21)
Alex Soler-Roig (29 October 1932)
Tiff Needell (29 October 1951)

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2 (2.7%)
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3rd
2nd (2017 Italian Grand Prix)
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73
73
124 (1.7 points per race avg)
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12 (16.4%)
2017 Australian Grand Prix
2020 Portuguese 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

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2017 Felipe Massa
Paul di Resta
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2018 Sergey Sirotkin
Williams compare 2018
2019 Sergio Pérez
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2020 Sergio Pérez
Nico Hülkenberg
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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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Stroll was forced to miss the last Formula 1 race at the Nurburgring after becoming ill ahead of final practice, but the team said he had not tested positive for COVID-19.<br>Stroll's most recent COVID-19 test prior to his withdrawal was on the Tuesday before the race, with a test on Sunday coming back positive.<br>Racing Point has vehemently defended its COVID-19 testing arrangements and decision ...

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The Canadian driver had been taken unwell with an upset stomach ahead of the Nurburgring weekend, and his condition deteriorated on the Saturday when he was unable to drive.<br>But Stroll and the team were satisfied that he was not suffering from COVID-19, so he did not take a test until he returned home to Switzerland. It was there that it was discovered he had been infected with the ...

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The team is deemed to have failed to comply with the COVID-19 code of conduct protocols established prior to the season by not reporting the result of Stroll's test immediately.<br>The warning follows those issued earlier in the year to Charles Leclerc, after he returned to Monaco between the two Austrian races, and to Sebastian Vettel for mixing outside his team bubble when he talked to Red Bull ...

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Stroll missed the Nurburgring race, having felt unwell since the previous event in Sochi and then been struck by a stomach upset in Germany.<br>He had tested negative for COVID-19 on the Tuesday before the race weekend but then had a positive test on the Sunday after returning home to Switzerland.<br>The Canadian confirmed on social media on Wednesday that he’d had the positive result but had ...

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The Canadian is the second F1 driver to test positive after his teammate Sergio Perez, who missed both the races at Silverstone in August after contracting the virus.<br>Stroll missed the Nurburgring race after feeling unwell on the Saturday morning, and he was replaced from qualifying onwards by Nico Hulkenberg - who also deputised for Perez at the British and 70th Anniversary Grands ...

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Racing Point driver Stroll was forced to miss the last race at the Nurburgring after falling ill, with Nico Hulkenberg taking over his seat ahead of qualifying.<br>Team principal Otmar Szafnauer said Stroll had been unwell since the Russian Grand Prix two weeks earlier, but had been tested regularly for COVID-19 after displaying some symptoms, with all results coming back negative.<br>Stroll ...

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Stroll felt so unwell this morning that he eventually told the team that he wouldn’t be able to drive at all today.<br>Szafnauer says that Stroll had not been feeling good in the days after the Russian GP, and was then hit by a stomach upset in Germany on Thursday evening. Stroll’s car stayed in the garage during FP3, but reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg arrived in time to drive it in ...

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Racing Point issued an update ahead of final practice at the Nurburgring on Saturday that Stroll would be sitting out the session through illness, with a final decision set to be taken on his participation ahead of qualifying.<br>Hulkenberg - who deputised for Sergio Perez after a positive COVID-19 test for the two Silverstone races - was due to be on-site for TV duties at the Nurburgring, and was ...

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The team says that it will make a call after the session about what it will do for qualifying for the Eifel GP.<br>The team’s reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg, who was already in Germany, has travelled to the circuit and will be on hand if he is required.<br>A statement from Racing Point said: “Lance Stroll is not feeling 100% this morning and will therefore not participate in FP3.<br>“His ...

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The Canadian was on the outside line heading into Turn 4 on the opening lap, with Leclerc to his inside, when they touched on corner exit and the Racing Point was sent spinning backwards into the wall.<br>The incident was noted by the stewards, but no further action was deemed necessary.<br>Leclerc went on to finish sixth for Ferrari but, speaking afterwards to Sky Sports F1, Stroll was critical ...

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The Silverstone-based outfit had hoped to run both its car with the latest updates for this weekend's Russian Grand Prix, but that plan suffered a setback when Stroll badly damaged his car in a crash at Mugello a fortnight ago.<br>The incident, which was caused by a puncture after a tyre was cut, meant the team lost all the new parts that it had run there – so had to start from scratch ...

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Racing Point was docked 15 constructors’ championship points and fined 400,000 Euros after being found guilty by the FIA of having used Mercedes-designed brake ducts.<br>That decision, allied to rivals Renault, McLaren, Williams and Ferrari initially appealing the verdict, prompted an outspoken statement from team owner Stroll in declaring that he did not accept the FIA’s ...

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On Thursday, the Silverstone-based outfit announced that Vettel would be replacing Sergio Perez for 2021, the first year under its new Aston Martin moniker.<br>The decision came after months of speculation about Perez potentially being dropped, with some even suggesting that teammate Stroll could be replaced if his performance did not come up to scratch.<br>But team principal Otmar Szafnauer said ...

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Stroll was able to rise from eighth in the opening stint to sit second when the race was red flagged after Racing Point opted against pitting the Canadian under the two safety car periods.<br>It meant the team could complete a free tyre chance on Stroll’s car under the red flag, saving him a pit stop.<br>This made Stroll the net leader after Lewis Hamilton was handed a stop/go penalty ahead of ...

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Stroll also said he was "appalled" by the way that Ferrari, McLaren, Renault and Williams have each lodged their intention to appeal the decision announced by the FIA stewards on Friday, accusing them of "poor sportsmanship".<br>Racing Point was fined €400,000 and docked 15 championship points by the stewards, but the team is allowed to continue to use the brake duct design.<br>The four rival ...

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Red Bull’s Max Verstappen set the fastest time in the first session using soft tyres, almost half a second clear of world championship-leader Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, who set his time on the medium rubber.<br>Stroll was third quickest in FP1, with new Racing Point teammate Nico Hulkenberg, making his F1 return in place of the Covid-positive Sergio Perez, in ninth place, just over a second off ...

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Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton finished third and fifth – either side of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc – while Max Verstappen ended up 14th in the other Red Bull after an angry altercation with Romain Grosjean on his own soft-tyre effort.<br>In 36-degree heat at a sweltering Silverstone, the action took a while to get going for the second 90-minute session of the day.<br>Renault's Daniel ...

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Stroll gained a position when he forced Ricciardo wide at the Red Bull Ring’s Turn 3 during their frantic late battle. The pair crossed the line in seventh and eighth places, but after an investigation the stewards subsequently declared that it was a racing incident, and Stroll was allowed to keep the position.<br>After a regular post-race review of the whole weekend, involving Masi and the ...

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The incident, which occurred on the penultimate lap of last weekend's race at the Red Bull Ring's tight uphill Turn 3, led to both cars ending up in the run-off area beyond the right-hander as McLaren's Lando Norris closed in and also passed Ricciardo as a result.<br>After the race, Ricciardo called Stroll's move "desperate", while the Racing Point driver felt the move that the Styrian GP stewards ...

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The Renault Formula 1 driver had been defending sixth place against Stroll in the closing stages, with McLaren's Lando Norris closing down on the pair, and on lap 70 the Canadian driver dived up the inside of Turn 3, forcing both him and Ricciardo off the track.<br>Ricciardo felt Stroll deserved a penalty for the clash but in a post-race FIA race stewards investigation no action was taken on the ...

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Perez drove a superb race, setting several fastest laps along the way, and was pressing Red Bull's Alex Albon for fourth place in the closing stages.<br>However, when he made his move he clipped the back of the Red Bull and damaged his front wing.<br>That caused him to lose performance and cede a place to McLaren’s Lando Norris, with teammate Stroll finishing right on his tail in ...

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