French Formula II racer Anthoine Hubert dies in Belgian Grand Prix crash - VIDEO

French Formula II racer Anthoine Hubert dies in Belgian Grand Prix crash - VIDEO
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The Formula 2 race was cancelled after a deadly accident at Raidillon when Juan Manuel Correa hit Anthoine Hubert at speed after the French racer's car had crashed into a barrier, APAreports citing Sputnik International.

French Formula Two racing driver Anthoine Hubert, 22, has died in a crash at Spa-Francorchamps course in Belgium, the International Automobile Federation (IAF) says.

The moment of the accident was caught on camera during a live broadcast of the race.

​Medics arrived at the scene promptly but, according to an IAF statement, Hubert 'succumbed to his injuries and passed away at 18:35.'

Juan Manuel Correa suffered leg fractures in the crash and is in a "stable condition" at the CHU hospital in Liege, the FIA added.

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