Lance Stroll Disputes F1 Points Gap with Alonso

Formula 1 driver Lance Stroll has expressed his belief that the points gap between him and his Aston Martin teammate Fernando Alonso may not accurately reflect their performances on the track. Despite Alonso’s strong results and higher points tally, Stroll insists that external factors can skew the numbers and that their head-to-head battles tell a different story.

Since Alonso joined Aston Martin last season, he has outperformed Stroll, who has been with the team since 2019. The Spaniard’s podium finishes and points haul have overshadowed Stroll’s results, but the Canadian driver remains confident in his own abilities.

Stroll acknowledges that Alonso’s reputation as a two-time World Champion precedes him, but he points to their qualifying performances and recent races where he has bested his teammate. The ongoing struggles with the AMR24 car have added to the challenges faced by both drivers, but Stroll remains determined to make the most of the situation.

Despite rumors of potential team changes, Stroll has reaffirmed his commitment to Aston Martin and the project they are building together. As he gears up for his home race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Stroll is focused on delivering strong results and contributing to the team’s growth in the upcoming seasons.