The world of motor sport is mourning after the tragic death of Anthoine Hubert at Spa. The Frenchman, born in Lyon, did not survive his injuries after the terrible accident in which two other drivers are involved.
The world of motorsport experienced a real tragedy this Saturday with the death of Anthoine Hubert. The Frenchman succumbed to his injuries caused by a terrible accident at Spa in which two other drivers are involved. Born in Lyon and supported by Renault, Anthoine Hubert was only 22 years old.
A training in Le Mans
Anthoine Hubert knew the Sarthe well. Lyonnais joined the Autosport Academy in 2013, a school of the French Automobile Federation, in parallel with its scientific baccalaureate. He made a name for himself by winning the French F4 Championship in 2013 with the French team. From then on, his career took another turn since he joined Tech 1 Racing.
At the team created by Simon Abadie, Anthoine stands out by chaining the good performances and podiums, including the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0. All this allows him to join Van Amersfoort Racing and Formula 3.
A remarkable GP3 experience
After his experience in Formula 3, Hubert joined ART Grand Prix (N.D.L.R.: led by Nicolas Todt and Frédéric Vasseur) to become the fourth driver in 2017 but especially a Renault affiliated driver. Over there ; the Lyonnais will experience a first season rather encouraging before being crowned champion the following season thanks to two victories and eleven podiums.
Remarkable performances, this time opening the doors of Formula 2. He decided in January 2019 to join Arden International, a team owned by Chris Horner, owner of Red Bull Racing.
Winner at Le Castellet
Under the leadership of Arden International (N.D.L.R: founded by Chris Horner), Hubert Anthoine will win two Grand Prix despite a car deemed slower in the pre-season. The first takes place on the Monaco side and the second takes place at the Grand Prix de France. With his two wins this season, the Frenchman was in eighth place in the championship before this tragic Grand Prix at Spa.
French motorsport is once again in mourning, five years after the death of Jules Bianchi at Suzuka.
Formula 2. Hubert Anthoine, a broken life at just 22 years oldOuest-France.fr