Anthoine Hubert: Respects paid at F2 driver’s funeral in France

The motorsport community paid its respects to Anthoine Hubert in the Frenchman’s funeral Tuesday.
Rushing colleagues and friends, such as Esteban Ocon, Pierre Gasly, Charles Leclerc, and George Russell, combined friends and Hubert’s family at the ceremony from Chartres, France to recall that the 22-year-old.
Hubert was killed on August 31 in an accident in Spa-Francorchamps.
A portrait of Hubert was displayed away from the cathedral where the funeral has been held. Walkers’ wreck helmets were also laid out on chairs inside.
Hubert, the winner of the GP3 championship last year, was a member of Renault’s driver academy, along with also the Enstone team submitted a tribute tribute to him social networking, describing him as a”good” guy.
The Formula 2 championship tweeted:”Today, we recalled the glowing light of a few of the greatest stars, Anthoine Hubert, with the remainder of the motorsport community. Our thoughts have been with all those closest to him, as his life was celebrated today at Chartres Cathedral.”
FIA president Jean Todt and four-time world champion were also among those in attendance.

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