After suffering a serious accident at the Singapore Grand Prix, his participation in the Japanese Grand Prix was in doubt, as he had to miss the race the next day. However, it was the Canadian himself who denied assumptions about his upcoming career.
Saturday’s crash at Marina Bay was so bad that, although it didn’t look like it at first and the Canadian was able to climb out of his damaged AMR23 onto his feet, Stroll was forced to sit out the next day’s Singapore Grand Prix. . .
Given this situation, rumors have increased that Lance may not be able to race at Suzuka, although Aston Martin confirmed on Sunday at Marina Bay that he can race without problems. All of these rumors led to several reputable people stating last night that the Canadian would not be racing in the Japanese country.
All of this was denied by the protagonist himself this morning, through a tweet on his “X” account, where Stroll explained that he would be driving his AMR23 at the historic Suzuka circuit.
“Thank you for all the kind messages. Ready to race this weekend with Aston Martin“Books No. 18.
The Silverstone team itself described the rumors as “nonsense” when a motorsport spokesman asked about the driver’s participation in this Grand Prix.
So the rumors end and the chances of Aston Martin’s reserve drivers, Felipe Drugovich and Stoffel Vandoorne, who were most likely to enter the AMR23 if Lance couldn’t, are reduced to nothing.
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