Or that the performance of one Fernando Alonso, who has scored zero points to date, is among the worst turned in by a two-time champion in the history of F1.Actually, I’m surprised that Jacques didn’t point out that he won the Indianapolis 500 and Alonso didn’t, which surely - according to Jacques’ logic - would put the Spaniard’s performance among the worst in the history of the 500-mile race.Stroll became the first Canadian to win a spot on an F1 podium since Jacques Villeneuve in 2001.
After putting his Williams on pole position for his F1 debut, Villeneuve scored three wins and took the championship battle with teammate Damon Hill down to the wire.
Jacques had his first on-track experience in a 100cc kart at age 13 in Monaco, the place known for its prestigious annual Grand Prix.
To feed his passion and hone his skills, Villeneuve enrolled at proper racing schools.
It was the second top-10 finish in a row for Stroll, who registered his first career points by finishing ninth at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal two weeks ago.
He now has 17 points in the drivers' championship standings.
No, Jacques didn’t do that, probably because Alonso would have invited him out behind the garage where he’d have delivered him a knuckle sandwich. It’s easy picking on an 18-year-old kid who’s not going to fight back because he can’t.