Lawrence Stroll owns one of the most expensive cars of all time alongside a $200 million yacht as part of his $3 billion fortune.
Lawrence Stroll is the father of Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll. The Canadian businessman is one of the main contributors to the motorsport industry.
Stroll Sr. alongside some investors bought the Force India F1 team. They renamed it the Racing Point F1 team for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
He is married to Brazilian fashion designer Raquel Diniz whose clients include Princess Marie of Denmark and actress Emily Blunt. Previously, he was married to Claire-Anne Callens who is the mother of Lance and Chloe Stroll.
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Lawrence Stroll $3 Billion Wealth
Lawrence Stroll’s full name is actually Lawrence Sheldon Strulović, son of fashion importer Leo Strulovitch. His father was one of the pioneers in bringing Ralph Lauren and Pierre Cardin into the Canadian industry.
Stroll Sr. had a successful IPO alongside Silas Chou in 2011. He also invested in Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors, but sold his stake in 2014.
He is co-owner and CEO of legendary British car manufacturer Aston Martin and introduced it to the world of Formula 1 in 2021. The Racing Point team was also rebranded as Aston Martin racing in 2021.
Laurent Balade, Ferrari 330 P4. pic.twitter.com/LMmN64pa5D
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Lawrence Stroll’s $200 million superyacht and the world’s most expensive car
Stroll spends his $3 billion fortune in many different places. He once owned a $200 million superyacht and another 62-meter-long yacht named Faith.
However, the biggest prize at home is one of the most expensive cars in the world. Stroll has a huge collection of vintage Ferraris, but the Ferrari 250 GTO stands out.
This car costs $70 million. Few other Ferrari models include a rare 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB which he bought for $25 million in 2013.
The biggest yacht in the Monaco Grand Prix was ‘Faith’, a 316-foot boat worth $200 million.
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