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HUBERT TRIBUTE PLUS F1 AT SPA AND GTC AT EAST LONDON - READ MOTORSPORT MONDAY SA ISSUE 160 NOW!
September 2, 2019  

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Motorsport can deliver huge highs, but sometimes it can deliver major lows, and this weekend served as a reminder of the dangers involved anytime a driver gets behind the wheel. Unfortunately Anthoine Hubert lost his life at Spa Francorchamps in Belgium on Saturday afternoon and that cast a shadow over the entire weekend...


 
But the motorsport community came together to celebrate the 22-year-olds life in the best way possible, by delivering some brilliant action in his honour.
 
Formula 1 was of course in action and there was no better winner than Hubert's childhood friend Charles Leclerc. He dedicated his first F1 win to the Formula 2 driver; Phillip Horton and Joe Saward have your full report.

David Lebitter was in East London on Saturday at the Prince George Grand Prix Circuit and has a full report on Round 6 of the SA GTC Championship as well as the latest round of the Falken Polo Cup. Action abounded and there were some surprises in the afternoon's results
 
Then the FIA's WEC kicked off its new season at Silverstone where both Davey Euwema and Graham Harris were present to report on all matters endurance related, plus over in the US IndyCar served up a thriller at Portland as the 2019 season nears its end. Jerry Williams also takes the opportunity to look back at his trip to Rallye Deutschland last weekend.

And as always we have all the usual news, views and stories in this week's edition of the most widely read weekly motorsport magazine in the world!

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