Lance Stroll crashed his car during qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix and missed Sunday’s race. In Suzuka, the Aston Martin driver explained why he decided not to start, adding that he was fully prepared for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lance Stroll: “I’m doing well now and I feel much better than on Sunday. I was healthy enough to go to the start, but I didn’t feel physically fit enough to take part in the toughest race of the season in Singapore.
Saturday night I felt overwhelmed, and even then I knew waking up on Sunday morning wouldn’t be very pleasant.
After the accident, I passed all medical tests for concussion, I was checked according to all protocols. The doctors said, “We’ll see how you feel at night.” The decision would not be made until Sunday.
I would have gone to the start if I felt good, but I didn’t feel like it was right for me to go to the start. Now I feel 100% healthy.”
Source: F1 News
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