In the round-up: Lance Stroll says he’s trying not to dwell on a series of five bad race weekends since Imola.

What they say

Lance Stroll’s season has taken a severe downturn since his podium at Imola, not having scored a point since, suffering three retirements and a COVID diagnosis. He says that despite the frustrations, he’s only trying to look ahead:

It hasn’t been fun. I’m not going to lie, it’s been frustrating at times but, you know, this sport is a rollercoaster and I’ve had some highs at the beginning of the season. I thought up until Monza, really, it’s been it’s been a great season for me and unfortunately, now I’ve just gone through a rough patch and there’s nothing I can do about it.

In hindsight, there’s definitely some things that I believe I could have done differently. There’s been some mistakes that I’ve made in some of the races that cost me some points. And then there’s been just unfortunate circumstances like Mugello, where I crashed and then, of course, missing the race in Nurburgring was far from ideal but that’s in the past now. There’s nothing that I can do about it.

So instead of dwelling on it, I’m looking forward to the next four races. I know we have a strong package and there’s plenty of opportunity in the next four races to come back strong and my sights set on on this weekend as it stands and of course, the remainder of the season.

Quotes: Dieter Rencken

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