Stroll hailed as miserable F1 run ends

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Aston Martin Team Principal Mike Krack has praised Lance Stroll's
performance at the United States Grand Prix. Stroll started the
race from the pit lane as Aston Martin opted to take both of its
cars out of parc ferme conditions to make changes for the race. The
Silverstone-based squad endured a difficult qualifying session on
Friday as it suffered a double-Q1 exit for the first time this
year. Stroll was running an upgraded Aston Martin car and rose to
ninth place at the chequered flag – however he was promoted to
ninth when and Charles Leclerc were disqualified for
technical infringements. It marked the Canadian driver's first
points since the Belgian Grand Prix before the summer break. “I'm
really happy for Lance,” Krack told media including
RacingNews365.com “I'm really, really happy. The team is as well.
“We all wished him to have a [good] result. To come from the from
the pit lane, and finish just behind Gasly, one lap more we would
have been able to pass. “But all in all, I think he drove a really
strong race. All these things, the tyres, he was just really on it.
I'm really happy about it.” ‘It was the right decision' Stroll's
team-mate Fernando Alonso was enjoying a similarly positive race
after switching the the old spec car for the race. However, the
two-time World Champion was forced to retire from the race after
picking up floor damage. Despite the decision to make changes to
the car ahead of the race working in the team's favour, Krack
asserts that it was a big risk to take at the time. “We didn't know
that though when we took the decision,” he said regarding the
decision paying off. “You have to weigh carefully. And one of the
things that it does is it will be very difficult to score if you
start from the pit lane, especially with the pace that we had
[during the Sprint]. “But obviously, now we know that was the right
decision.”

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