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Aston Martin: Alonso is one of the best players ever, but Stroll can catch up

Aston Martin: Alonso is one of the best players ever, but Stroll can catch up

It’s not easy, but Aston Martin boss sees it as an achievable goal for Lance Stroll to reach Fernando Alonso’s level by the end of the year.

Although he was able to beat Fernando Alonso in qualifying practice and in the sprint race, Lance Stroll once again delivered fewer points to Aston Martin than his teammate at last Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix. The Spaniard was ranked fifth after a penalty, while Stroll was ninth despite earning a place.

Although the team’s confidence in the Canadians has not been broken, there is more and more speculation about how long Aston Martin can afford to field two so far apart in terms of performance rivals, with the desire to be a perennial competitor to the leading teams.

Team owner Lawrence Stroll told Canada: His son will reach Alonso’s level by the end of the year, so this question won’t be relevant to them. Mike Crack is the boss of the British team Sky Sports Before racing on the team’s home turf, he asked how realistic a goal he thought was Lance Stroll.

“This is an ambitious goal, because let’s not forget: Fernando is one of the greatest competitors in the history of the sport. So it is a very ambitious goal, but I think Lance has all the potential and talent to achieve it.”

“You have to learn, learn from Fernando, watch how Fernando does things, but at the same time you have to keep your way of working. In my opinion, they will be at the same level by the end of the year.” expect crack.

Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll (Photo: Bearne/XPB Images)

While there are skepticism about their younger rival, no one would argue that Alonso is the real Grand Prix winner for Aston Martin at the moment. The Spanish veteran remains stern about his expectations, but for the Greens it has not been counterproductive at the moment, but rather has a motivating effect.

“It was very good from day one. We were very open with him. We told him what our weaknesses were, that we still had a lot to learn as a team, and tried to get him involved in the process, to use his insights to improve our team.”

“He tests us constantly, at every meeting, every race weekend, but we’ve already proven that it’s a great way for us to learn when someone with such a lot of experience and such desire challenges us.” Crack explained.

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