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It has been a lack-lustre season so far for Stroll, who has struggled to maximise the newfound potential of the AMR22.

A major upgrade package in Spain signalled the beginning of a strong sequence of races for the Silverstone-based team, as Sebastian Vettel scored vital points in Baku and Canada. 

However, Stroll will be pleased to have taken his third points finish of the season in Canada, recovering from a disastrous qualifying for the team:

"We had a great strategy for this race, and I am super pleased to have been able to score a point. 

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We did a great job deciding to go long on the first set of tyres to make a one-stop race work, managing to keep a string of cars behind me.

The overtake on Daniel was a nice bonus - we were on fresher tyres, so it was a pretty easy move. 

Things are certainly a lot more challenging this year, but I am pleased to have had a successful race today... It's been incredible to race at home after such a long time away."

The Canadian's future with Aston Martin is relatively straightforward, considering his father owns the newly branded team. 

With that said, Stroll will still be motivated to help the team climb up the constructors' standings, with a sequence of key races coming up before the summer break. 

Mike Krack has spoken confidently about the improvements Aston Martin can make with their Silverstone upgrade package, so it will be crucial for #18 to help the team's progression.