Lance Stroll has moved to clarify his mindset regarding his future
in Formula 1. The Canadian driver has endured a largely difficult
season with team-mate Fernando Alonso scoring a bulk of Aston
Martin’s points. Alonso has appeared on the podium on eight
occasions so far this year while Stroll has not yet made a top
three appearance. Stroll has scored just a quarter of Aston
Martin’s overall points this year with the Silverstone-based outfit
currently sitting fifth in the standings, having occupied second in
the early stage of the season. Stroll’s struggles during the
campaign led to rumours that he could depart the grid for a
different adventure in the near future. His seat at the team is
believed to be largely protected owing to the fact his father
Lawrence is the owner of the F1 squad. ‘I’m staying next year’
Aston Martin Team Principal Mike Krack recently asserted that
Stroll would be back in the car next year, once again competing
alongside Alonso. Stroll has no plans to depart the team and
recently affirmed that he does not lack commitment to the squad.
“The plan is I’m staying next year,” he told media including . “It’s been a challenging season at times for
sure. [There’s been] some great highlights but also some really
frustrating days of recent. “But yeah, the plan is to keep going
next year for sure.”

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