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Billionaire Lawrence Stroll reportedly seeks major stake in Aston Martin

That's F1 driver Lance Stroll's father

Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, owner of Formula One team Racing Point, is preparing a bid for a major stake in Aston Martin, Autocar magazine reported, sending the carmaker's battered share price up nearly 15% on Thursday. The British sports car maker's share price has slumped since its flotation in October last year. Stroll, who is the father of Formula One driver Lance Stroll, is heading up a consortium looking to take a "major shareholding" in Aston Martin, Autocar said on Thursday.

Racing Point reveals F1 car, has the cash to do what Force India never could

Financial pressures over, 'Now we have other pressures, and those are to perform'

Financial pressures over, 'Now we have other pressures, and those are to perform/'

Ford Ganassi brings star-studded driver lineup to Daytona

Ford and Chip Ganassi Racing have announced a star-studded lineup for the 24 Hours of Daytona this year, including the defending champions and some top talents from overseas.

Young Canadian Lance Stroll signed to Williams F1 team

Williams has signed a promising young Canadian, Lance Stroll, to a development driver contract, putting him in prime position to ascend to the race grid.

F3 races at Monza called off due to poor driving [w/video]

A high number of crashes and altogether unprofessional driving prompted FIA race officials to cancel two Formula 3 European Championship races at Monza this weekend.

Ferrari's 11-year-old wunderkind beats F1 driver in karting competition

Lance Stroll in the Ferrari karting challenge, Montreal – Click above or below for high-res image gallery

Ferrari signs 11-year-old to development program, renews Massa contract

We don't know about you, but when we were 11 years old, most of us here at Autoblog were dreaming about one day driving a Ferrari. Never in our wildest dreams could never have imagined being signed to a contract with the Scuderia. Not at that age, anyway. But that's exactly what's happened for Lance Stroll.