Charles Leclerc wins for the first time and dedicates the victory to Anthoine Hubert

epa07810402 Monaco's Formula One driver Charles Leclerc of Scuderia Ferrari reacts after winning the 2019 Formula One Grand Prix of Belgium at the Spa-Francorchamps race track in Stavelot, Belgium, 01 September 2019. EPA / SRDJAN SUKI

The Monegasque Charles Leclerc achieved the first victory in his career in his debut season with Ferrari, beating the British Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) by 981 milliseconds at the Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix at Spa.

In the end, he made a point of dedicating the victory to Anthoine Hubert, who died on Saturday in the F2 race.

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