|Intro||Canadian business executive|
|Known for||Part-owner of Formula 1 team and collector of vintage Ferraris|
|Is||Businessperson Entrepreneur Business executive|
|Birth||11 July 1959, Montreal, Canada|
Lawrence Sheldon Strulovitch (born 11 July 1959), best known as Lawrence Stroll, is a Canadian billionaire businessman, part-owner of the Racing Point Formula 1 team and collector of vintage Ferraris. According to Forbes, he has a net worth of US$2.6 billion, as of February 2019.
He was born to a Jewish family in Montreal, Quebec, the son of Leo Strulovitch.
Stroll invested in bringing Pierre Cardin fashionwear and Ralph Lauren clothing to Canada. Along with Hong Kong investor Silas Chou, Stroll invested in clothing designer Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors, and the pair largely contributed to the multiple brands global prevalence today. In the 2000s, Chou and Stroll invested in Asprey & Garrard.
Stroll owns the Canadian race car circuit Circuit Mont-Tremblant in Quebec's Laurentian Mountains. In August 2018, Stroll led a consortium of investors in buying the Force India F1 team.
Stroll is married to Belgian-born Claire-Anne Stroll (née Callens), who runs a fashion business called Callens. They have two children and have residences in Geneva, Switzerland as well as on the island of Mustique, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Their son Lance Stroll is a racing driver who is currently competing in Formula One. Their daughter is Chloe Stroll.
Stroll has a large car collection, mostly consisting of Ferraris, from the Ferrari 250 GTO, to the latest LaFerrari. He also owns the Ferrari dealership of Quebec. He owns other cars such as McLarens, and the Ford GT.