Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll has called for changes to be made to Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit following the tragic death of driver Dilano van ‘t Hoff in a Formula Regional European Championship race. This is the second fatality in four years at the historic track, prompting Stroll to demand immediate action. Stroll emphasized the need for alterations to the problematic corner where van ‘t Hoff crashed, stressing that the safety of drivers should be the top priority. He expressed his concern for the upcoming Formula 1 race at Spa-Francorchamps, stating that drivers risk their lives every time they navigate that section of the circuit. Stroll mentioned that previous discussions with Formula 1 and the drivers about changing the corner had failed to yield any results. He asserted that it was no longer a matter of debate and that the corner must be modified to prevent further tragedies.