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Lance Stroll: “I think we will have a lot of fun this weekend”

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Lance Stroll will be looking for a fourth consecutive points finish this weekend at Silverstone - Credit: Octane Photographic Ltd

Lance Stroll has scored points in the past three races, including his remarkable podium in Azerbaijan, and he is expecting to have fun this weekend at Silverstone.

The Canadian says the weekend at Silverstone will be a special one, especially as his Williams Martini Racing team continue to celebrate forty-years in Formula 1, and he is eager to get going on a track where he has previous experience on back in 2015 whilst racing in the FIA European Formula 3 Championship.

“This is going to be a very special weekend,” said Stroll. “I know the 40th anniversary celebrations for the team will continue, and, as I witnessed at the fan day we had at the circuit on the 2nd June, we will have a lot of support.

“I have only had a few laps there in our 2014 Formula 1 car, but I do know it from racing there in 2015 in Formula 3. There is a lot of history surrounding the track and that always adds to the enjoyment.

“It is a very fast circuit and I find the Maggots/Becketts section really interesting. I think we will have a lot of fun this weekend.”

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