Equation 2 driver Anthoine Hubert has been slaughtered in an accident at the Belgian Grand Prix, motorsport’s overseeing body the FIA has said.

The Frenchman, who was 22, experienced a tremendous effect the vehicle of American Juan Manuel Correa at about 170mph at the Raidillon swerves.

A FIA explanation said that Hubert was taken to the restorative focus after the occurrence, and kicked the bucket at 18:35 nearby time.

Correa was taken to Liege emergency clinic and is in a steady condition, the FIA said.

Why the motorsport ‘family’ races on after a driver dies

The race was ceased after the accident and dropped inside a couple of minutes when the potential reality of the mishap turned out to be clear.

Recipe 2 have declared that Sunday’s run race at Spa has been dropped “out of regard”, while the Formula 3 race will proceed.

Hubert, who drove for the BWT Arden group, was lying eighth in the title and had scored two successes this season, in Monaco and France.

He was likewise part of Renault F1’s young driver program. Renault said in an announcement: “Anthoine was an individual from the Renault Sport Academy and hustled in the FIA Formula 2 Championship, the last stepping stool to F1.

“As supreme GP3 champion and individual from the Equipe de France, FFSA (French Federation of Motorsport), the Frenchman was a tremendous ability who likewise carried extraordinary vitality and energy to his title, his groups and the Renault Sport Academy.

“His grin and radiant character lit up our impressive gathering of youthful drivers, who had framed tight and suffering bonds.

“His solid outcomes in F2 this season, including wins on home soil in Monaco and France, propelled different enrolls as well as the more extensive Renault Sport Racing gathering.”

Other hustling drivers and groups from crosswise over motorsport have paid tribute via web-based networking media.

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