Formula 1 mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II and praises her figure
Formula 1, through its chairman and chief executive, Italian Stefano Domenicali, mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth II and highlighted her dedication to public service.
“For more than seven decades, he devoted his life to public service with dignity and dedication and inspired many people around the world. Formula 1 sends its deepest condolences to the Royal Family and the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth,” he said in statements published by the motor racing’s official website.
The Alpine team, of which Spaniard Fernando Alonso is part of the driver, joined in the condolences in a statement in which they “deeply regret the death” of the queen.
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He says of her that “for more than seventy years she has selflessly devoted her life to serving her kingdom and her people with dignity” and adds that “she has inspired many generations throughout the world to act with tolerance, benevolence and balance”.
“We are proud to be part of the British community and have many British and Commonwealth citizens among our employees,” says BWT Alpine.
* With information from EFE.
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