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Drivers pay respects to Hubert at Raidillon as Correa returns to Spa

Article To news overview © Juan Manuel Correa Friends, colleagues and former rivals of Anthoine Hubert headed up the hill to Raidillon to pay their respects to Anthoine Hubert on Thurday's media day at Spa-Francorchamps. The 23-year-old lost his life in a horrific accident during the Formula 2 Feature Race, when he was involved in a multi-car crash at Raidillon. Returning to Spa two years on from the crash, Hubert's close friend Pierre Gasly made the climb up the hill to put down flowers at the site of the accident and to take a reflective moment to himself ahead of the weekend's action. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, another close friend of Hubert from their junior category racing days, also...
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