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

The motorsport community paid its worth to Anthoine Hubert at the Frenchman’s funeral Tuesday.
Long-time friends and rushing colleagues, such as Pierre Gasly Charles Leclerc, Esteban Ocon, along with George Russell, joined the family members and friends of Hubert in the service in Chartres, France to remember that the 22-year-old.
Hubert was murdered on August 31 in a F2 accident at Spa-Francorchamps.
A portrait of Hubert was exhibited beyond the palace. Drivers’ wreck helmets were laid out on seats indoors as a sign of respect.
Hubert, the winner of this GP3 championship last year, was a part of Renault’s motorist academy, and the Enstone team introduced a heartfelt tribute to him on social media, describing him as a”great” guy.
The Formula 2 championship tweeted:”Today, we remembered the shining light of one of our brightest stars, Anthoine Hubert, with the remaining part 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 world winner Alan Prost, who is a Renault F1 adviser, were among those in attendance.

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