‘I can’t man… I can’t with the hands’: Aston Martin left sweating over the fitness of Lance Stroll as he complains about pain in final Bahrain practice session after winter bicycle accident

Lance Stroll is touch-and-go for the first Formula One race of the season after appearing to struggle with hand pain in the wake of his pre-season surgery. The Canadian and his Aston Martin teammate Fernando Alonso were blisteringly quick in the final practice session in Bahrain on Friday, but there were concerns for Stroll after he complained on the radio about being unable to turn. As it stands, Stroll is set to race in qualifying on Saturday and then in the race on Sunday, but there will be concerns among Aston Martin’s hierarchy that he is not fully fit to drive the car after being rushed back. Alonso, on the other hand, was keen to downplay the result ahead of Saturday’s first qualifying session of the season.

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