Stroll thinks the worst pain is behind him: ‘Pain was worth it’

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Stroll thinks the worst pain is behind him: ‘Pain was worth it’

Lance Stroll finds that the worst of his injury is over. The Aston Martin driver fell off his bike before the test days in Bahrain and was left with a few fractures. The single pole sitter is still not completely pain free, but he expects things to be a lot better next weekend. In addition, Stroll also hopes that the Aston Martin team will be competitive again in Jeddah.

Stroll is still recovering from a broken wrist and big toe. The Aston Martin driver expects to be a lot more comfortable in his car this weekend. “The Monday after the Bahrain race was pretty painful, but it was a good weekend for the team and it was worth the pain,” Stroll is quoted by Motorsport-Magazin. “It gets better every day and I feel better every day. The worst is over.’

Due to his injury, Stroll had to miss the test days. The Grand Prix weekend in Bahrain was therefore very important for the Canadian. “It was good to get in the car in Bahrain for the race and do a few laps. Missing the test wasn’t ideal, but over the race weekend I got more experience with the car with every lap and got better at it. For example, in the race I drove the C1 tires for the first time. I was just happy to be there for these experiences and to be in the car.”

Stroll: ‘Were consistently competitive in Bahrain’

Fernando Alonso made the weekend in Bahrain extra special for Aston Martin by scoring a podium. It remains to be seen whether the racing stable can repeat the competitiveness in Saudi Arabia, but the mood is already good. “Our car has been consistently competitive in Bahrain, but we are still learning a lot about the car. It’s still an ongoing process and we’re excited to see how it goes this weekend. It’s a completely different kind of track,” said Stroll.

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