Stroll describes racing in Brazil as an "interesting experience"

13-11-2019 08:18
by Tom Mason
F1 News
Stroll describes racing in Brazil as an interesting experience

There are now just two races remaining of the season as the grid head to Brazil as the season comes towards a close. Lance Stroll is looking forward to getting back out to Brazil for the penultimate race of the season.

With just two races remaining, Stroll is 15th in the drivers' standings on 15 points, ten behind Kimi Raikkonen.

 “Racing at Interlagos is always an interesting experience. There is so much passion and emotion from the Brazilian fans. They love racing and they’ve got a great history in the sport," Stroll said in Racing Point's race preview.

 “It’s quite a compact track and it’s tight and twisty in the middle section. I remember it being quite bumpy too.

  "It’s much more undulating than it looks on television and you notice that when you walk the track."

 The race in Brazil was a tough one for the Canadian last season finishing last of all the drivers which completed the race after Nico Hulkenberg and Marcus Ericsson failed to finish.

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