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WATCH: 'I had Anthoine in my thoughts the whole race' - Leclerc

2019-09-05 15:58



Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc holds his trophy and gestures towards the sky in tribute to late French driver Anthoine Hubert on the podium after the Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix. Image: AFP / John Thys

Charles Leclerc just held off Lewis Hamilton to win the Belgian Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday, securing the first victory of his Formula One career and ending Ferrari's long wait for a win.

After the race, thoughts of the drivers focused on one person.

Leclerc says he had Anthoine Hubert on his mind through the entire F1 race when he secured his first F1 victory at Spa on Sunday (1 September).


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