F1: Lance Stroll to race in Japan after serious crash in Singapore | video

Lance Stroll Canadian team driver Aston Martin, confirmed this Wednesday that he will run this weekend Japanese Grand Prix, seventeenth test of the 2023 calendar Formula 1, on the layout Suzuki, after spectacular and serious accident that he was injured during qualifying Marina Bay.

β€œThank you for all the kind messages. Ready to run this weekend”– the pilot confirmed with a message published on his social networks.

During the first quarter of Saturday’s qualifying Singapore Grand Prix Last weekend, with the time already down and some drivers on the fast lap trying to improve their times, Stroll had a serious crash in the last cornera updated Asian layout that raised a red flag.

Just as he was about to cross the finish line, his teammate Fernando Alonso He stepped on the curb and lost control of the car. He crashed into a wall, losing his left front wheel. The accident ended without consequences for the pilot.

However, a few hours later the team confirmed that Canadian will not race at Marina Bayexperiencing “pain” and aiming to “make a full recovery before the Japanese Grand Prix”.

In this Wednesday, Stroll himself confirmed that he will be at Suzuka with Alonso. at a key moment to defend fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship and try to compete for the podium.

(according to information from Europe Press)

Source: Aristegui Noticias