Lance Stroll ends point drought to the delight of Fernando Alonso and Aston Martin

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Stroll’s impressive recovery at the United States Grand Prix draws praise.

In the wake of Lance Stroll’s recent point-scoring performance at the United States Grand Prix, both Fernando Alonso and Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack expressed their satisfaction with the Canadian driver’s achievement. Stroll had been struggling to secure points since the summer break, leading to media scrutiny and discussions about his form. Despite early difficulties in the weekend, Stroll managed to climb from a pit lane start to finish ninth in the race.

Stroll’s fortunes improved post-race when Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc were disqualified, promoting him to seventh place. This result was a welcome relief for Stroll, who described it as one of his best days in Formula 1 for a long time, acknowledging the challenges of starting from the pit lane and finishing in the points.

Fernando Alonso, who had his own share of challenges and retired from the race, expressed his contentment with Stroll’s performance. Alonso stated that Stroll deserved better weekends and commended him for his strong race. He also expressed hope for more positive outcomes in the upcoming Mexican Grand Prix.

Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack praised Stroll for his impressive race, noting that with an additional lap, Stroll might have even overtaken Pierre Gasly for sixth place. Krack emphasized the importance of this race for Stroll’s confidence and acknowledged the team’s satisfaction with his performance. He highlighted Stroll’s clean overtakes and strong driving throughout the race, indicating that the potential for strong results is there.

In response to a question about ensuring consistent performances from Stroll, Krack emphasized the need to provide him with the tools and support necessary for success, underlining that when given the right conditions, Stroll has the performance and ability to deliver strong results.