WATCH: Drivers honour the memory of Anthoine Hubert at Spa


The motor racing community was united at Spa this weekend in remembering Anthonine Hubert, the French driver who lost his life in a Formula 2 crash at the track last year.

Hubert, a member of the Renault Sport Academy, was particularly close to current Formula 1 drivers Pierre Gasly, Charles Leclerc and Esteban Ocon, but everyone in the paddock at the Belgian Grand Prix took a moment to remember him, with minute's silences held in his honour before both the F2 race and the Grand Prix on Sunday.

Gasly in particular spoke movingly about the loss of his friend, and on Thursday he laid flowers at the spot where the crash happened.

READ MORE: ‘It’s very hard to accept’ – Gasly on emotional return to Spa one year on from loss of Hubert

Tap the video above to hear some of the drivers – both from F1 and Road to F1 categories – remember their friend, one year on from his passing.


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