Lance Stroll smashes into concrete wall at 200MPH following a puncture to one of his tyres with Aston Martin left wrecked… but driver walks away from high-speed accident unscathed
- Lance Stroll crashed into the concrete wall at 200mph in Azerbaijan Grand Prix
- The Aston Martin driver ended up crashing as a consequence of tyre failure
- Lawrence Stroll went to check on his son, who ended up emerging unscathed
Lance Stroll was forced to retire from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after crashing his car at 200mph.
The Aston Martin driver crashed into the barrier following a puncture to one of his tyres.
Team owner Lawrence Stroll came into the garage to check on his son, who emerged unscathed following the incident.
Lance Stroll was forced to retire from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after crashing at 200mph
The safety car was deployed on lap 31 of 51 after Stroll crashed.
Stroll suffered a rear-left puncture as he was approaching 200mph. The failure veered him into the concrete wall ahead of the start-finish straight.
The 22-year-old sustained serious damage to his Aston Martin but he was able to walk away from the high-speed incident.
Stroll sustained damage to his Aston Martin but was able to walk away from the incident
The Aston Martin driver crashed into the barrier as a consequence of tyre failure
Stroll had also crashed during the opening qualifying session for the Grand Prix.
On that occasion he stated that tailwind was the reason behind the crash.