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

The motorsport community paid its respects to Anthoine Hubert at the Frenchman’s funeral.
Racing colleagues and long-time friends, including Charles Leclerc, Pierre Gasly, Esteban Ocon, and George Russell, combined Hubert’s family and friends to remember the 22-year-old.
Hubert was killed in a accident at.
A portrait of Hubert was exhibited away from the palace. Drivers’ crash helmets were laid out on seats indoors.
Hubert, the winner of the GP3 championship this past year, was a member of Renault’s driver academy, along with also the Enstone group introduced a heartfelt tribute to him social networking, describing him as a”good” guy.
The Formula 2 championship tweeted:”Today, we recalled the shining light of a few of our brightest stars, Anthoine Hubert, with the remainder of the motorsport community. Our ideas have been with people nearest to himas his life has been celebrated today at Chartres Cathedral.”
FIA president Jean Todt and world champion Alan Prost, who is a Renault F1 adviser, were among those in attendance.

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