HIGHLIGHTS: Re-live Charles Leclerc's first F1 victory - the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix


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Re-live an emotional weekend from 2019 as Charles Leclerc won the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, becoming Ferrari's youngest Grand Prix winner in the process.

The 2019 Belgian Grand Prix was overshadowed by the death of F2 driver Anthoine Hubert, and his childhood friend Leclerc ended up winning the Grand Prix and dedicating victory to his friend and fellow racer.

Leclerc managed not only to become Ferrari's youngest Grand Prix winner – the previous driver being Ricardo Rodriguez in 1961 – but Formula 1's third-youngest winner, joining the likes of Jim Clark and Michael Schumacher in a club that took their first F1 victory in Belgium.

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It was also Ferrari's first win of the 2019 season, ending worries that it would be a winless season for the Scuderia. Max Verstappen's first lap retirement may have disappointed the sea of orange-clad fans but there was plenty of action for them to celebrate.

Watch the highlights in the video player above.

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