Formula 2 Driver Antonie Hubert Died In A crash At Belgian Grandprix?

22-year-old Formula Two driver Anthoine Hubert succumbed to his injuries after a crash during the Belgium Grand Prix feature race.

Hubert has gone off track only to encounter a heavy impact with the outside tyre barrier before his BWT Arden ran back across the run-off area and was struck while sideways by the Sauber Junior Team entry of Juan Manuel Correa, although he tried very hard to avoid the crash.

Watch the video here:

American driver Correa is in a “stable condition”, the FIA said and is being treated for his injuries at the CHU Liege Hospital nearby.

Via: Grand Prix 247

Hubert was an emerging star, born in Lyon, he started karting at the age of 12, before beginning his single-seater career in 2013. He competed in the French F4 Championship, winning the title that year, and progressed through Formula Renault, Formula 3 and GP3, where he clinched last year’s championship with ART that secured him a place in this year’s Formula Two championship with BWT Arden.

Our thoughts are with Hubert’s family and friends in these tough times. May his soul rest in peace.

Siddharth Kekre
A passionate content creator by profession, automobile enthusiast by passion and coffee lover by choice.

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