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12 months on, F1 and F2 outline plans to honour Anthoine Hubert’s memory

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CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD, FRANCE - JUNE 23: Anthoine Hubert (FRA, BWT ARDEN) during the Paul Ricard at

This weekend, Formula 1 and sister championships Formula 2 and Formula 3 return to Spa-Francorchamps for the first time since Anthoine Hubert tragically lost his life in a Formula 2 crash at the Belgian circuit, nearly 12 months ago.

In memory of the late Frenchman’s passing, Formula 2 has officially confirmed that the number 19 will no longer be used in the championship. Instead, 19 will forever be Hubert’s, with the number a prominent part of a new logo designed in his honour that - in a show of unity - will run on F1, F2 and F3 cars throughout the weekend.

A RACER REMEMBERED: Anthoine Hubert, 1996-2019

A minute of silence will be observed on the starting grid ahead of Saturday’s F2 Feature Race, while on Sunday F1 will also hold a minute of silence ahead of the Grand Prix.

A special talent – Anthoine Hubert remembered

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