"Formula 1, Formula 2 and Formula 3 are very affected by the death of Anthoine Hubert, following a horrific crash at the main race of Spa-Francorchamps" explained a statement from the F2.
"We would like to extend our deepest condolences to Anthoine's family, loved ones and friends, and we want to send our closest kind of compassion to the Arden family."
"Anthoine has been in the paddock since 2017. He was a fantastic driver with a bright future ahead of him, he became a GP3 Series champion last year, and this season he has won twice in F2 in Monaco and at home, at Castellet. "
"He was kind to everyone, always smiling, and his positive attitude was contagious and we will miss him tremendously."
The press release finally ends with information that the sprint race of the weekend will not be disputed "by respect" for Anthoine Hubert.