Last Season’s Monza Was “Turning Point” In Stroll’s Career

by Craig Edwards
Lance Stroll - Williams - Belgian GP

Lance Stroll is looking forward to returning to the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, the scene of what he describes as the “big turning point in my career” last year.

The Canadian qualified fourth and started second at the Italian Grand Prix last year as he came home in seventh place last season and admitted he took to the wet qualifying session like “a fish to water” and will always remember that weekend.

“Last year, Monza was a big turning point in my career, it really impacted on it.

“I have incredible memories of my front-row start and I will remember it forever.

“Qualifying was crazy in the rain, but I took to it like a fish to water!”

Monza is a favourite circuit amongst the drivers and fans alike with the tifosi one of the biggest and most passionate supporters in the sport and Stroll enjoys seeing and feeling the passion the fans have, even if it is towards Scuderia Ferrari and not his Williams Martini Racing.

“The atmosphere there is incredible and the passion of the tifosi is amazing.

“You can’t ignore the history of the place and the importance of Ferrari.

“I am really looking forward to getting back there.”

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