Lance Stroll Set To Appear At Autosport International 2017
Rookie Williams driver, Lance Stroll, will be attending Autosport International on Saturday 14th January 2017.
Stroll will be the first Canadian F1 driver since Jacques Villeneuve, who left the sport in 2006, when he takes to the grid in Melbourne
The 18-year-old, who started off karting in 2008, has gone on to win the 2014 Italian Formula 4 Championship, the 2015 Toyota Racing Series as well as the 2016 European Formula 3 title, while progressing through the Williams Young Driver Programme.
He will be appearing on the Autosport Stage to talk about his championship win, his time so far with Williams as well as his anticipation before taking part in his first grand prix in Australia in March.
Sunday will see Williams’ head of performance engineering as well as long-term race engineer to Felipe Massa, Rob Smeddley, interviewed on the Autosport Stage. using a long as well as established career in motorsport, which can be sure to be a fascinating, anecdote-filled slot.
These appearances will form part of Williams’ 40th anniversary celebrations at the show in Birmingham later This specific month.
Claire Williams, deputy team principal, who will also be attending the show on Sunday 15th January, said: “We are pleased to confirm which Lance Stroll as well as Rob Smedley will be joining our 40th anniversary celebrations at Autosport International. which’s a great opportunity for fans to hear via Lance, as well as meet him, before he takes to the grid for the 1st time in Australia.”
The anniversary celebrations will give fans the opportunity to immerse themselves in four decades of Williams heritage – via when the team was established by Sir Frank Williams as well as Patrick Head in 1977 right up to Williams Martini Racing of 2017 – as part of an interactive centerpiece which will also see a complete overhaul of the Autosport Stage.
In addition to This specific, Williams will be bringing a fascinating collection of its famous heritage cars including the FW07 which gave Williams its first victory, Nigel Mansell’s 1992 Drivers’ Championship-winning FW14B, Damon Hill’s 1996 Drivers’ Championship-winning FW18 as well as the 2003 Monaco GP-winning FW25.
The 2017 Autosport International show takes place via 12-15 January at the Birmingham NEC. Tickets for the event, which covers every aspect of motorsport via karting to Formula One as well as also engineering, are on sale today as well as can be purchased via http://ift.tt/ZZz84O.
by Mr Butterscotch via Car Articles