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Why Stroll's Aston Martin investment is a no-brainer
Lawrence Stroll's business acumen and Aston Martin's turbulent year combined for an opportunity that the Canadian billionaire couldn't pass up.
In an F1 Racing column completed prior to Lawrence Stroll's Aston Martin investment became official along with plans to rebrand his Racing Point outfit, Mark Gallagher outlines his view of the deal.
Not long after my lodger-turned-Formula-1-driver Eddie Irvine left Jordan to join Ferrari, Eddie Jordan got to know the then-40-year-old Lawrence Stroll, whose Tommy Hilfiger fashion company was sponsoring the Scuderia.
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