Formula 1

Stroll Has Fond Memories Of Hockenheimring – ” It has always treated me well”

1 Mins read
Lance Stroll - F1
Credit: Octane Photographic Ltd

Lance Stroll is looking forward to returning to the Hockenheimring after saying he has “fond memories” of the track from his junior days.

Formula 1 returns to Germany after a year absence and Stroll feels it is a “cool” circuit that has a good flow to it.

“This is a cool track that has a great flow and I know it really well.”

Stroll has had success in Germany during his Formula 3 days and feels it has always treat him well.

“I have very fond memories of driving there and it has always treated me well.” Said Stroll. “I have won three races there in the past and our Formula 3 car always worked pretty well there.”

The Williams Martini Racing driver makes his first appearance at a German Grand Prix in Formula 1 this weekend and admits he can’t wait to witness the atmosphere surrounding the town and circuit.

“I have not seen an F1 race there, but I’m told that the atmosphere in the stadium section is electric.

“The town itself is not much of a place and usually there is not much happening there, but I am sure that will be very different when the F1 fans get back there after not having had a German race for two years.”

Avatar photo
485 posts

About author
A journalism student from Scotland. Covering Formula 1 for The Checkered Flag.
Articles
Related posts
Formula 1

Ricciardo Fumes After Strategy Call Costs Him Points in Hungary

1 Mins read
Ricciardo called out his team after his Hungarian GP went from promising to disastrous after a questionable strategy call. Despite strong pace and qualifying well, a poorly timed pitstop left him stuck in traffic and unable to challenge for points.
Formula 1

Piastri Delighted After Claiming Maiden Win in Hungary

2 Mins read
Piastri claims his first ever F1 victory in a thrilling Hungarian GP, leading a dominant 1-2 result for McLaren.
Formula 1

2024 Hungarian Grand Prix: Norris On Pole After Wet-to-Dry Dramatic Session

4 Mins read
Lando Norris snatches dramatic pole in Hungary! McLaren lock out front row as rain shakes up qualifying session. Verstappen starts P3, Hamilton P6. Read more with our qualifying report!