In tribute to Isabel II, Formula 1 observes a minute of silence

In tribute to Isabel II, Formula 1 observes a minute of silence

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem mourned the death of Elizabeth II and highlighted the respect that has been built during her years of rule

The Formula 1 observed a minute’s silence in tribute to the Queen Isabella II in the moments preceding the first free practice sessions of the Italian Grand Prixwhich takes place on the Monza circuit.

The teams, pilots, employees and managers of the Formula 1 and the International Automobile Federation gathered in “pit lane”, where they observed a respectful minute of silence in memory of Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday.

The International Federation of Automobiles (FIA) had planned on Thursday that he would pay homage to the Queen at events taking place this weekend, including the Italian Grand Prix of Formula 1.

The president of the FIA, Mohammad Ben Sulayemmourned his death and highlighted the respect that was built during his years of rule.

“It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Queen was undoubtedly one of the leaders of most respected state, and I send my condolences, and those of the entire FIA ​​community, the Royal Family and all citizens of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth,” he said in statements released by the international body.

Ben Sulayem warned that “motorsport, and in particular Formula 1there is his heart UKand said “the Royal Family has, over the years, given great support and patronage to the sport”.

The Formula 1through its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Stefano Domenicali, also mourned the death of the queen Isabella II and highlighted his dedication to public service.

“For more than seven decades he dedicated his life to public service with dignity and dedication and inspired many around the world. Formula 1 sends its deepest condolences to the Royal Family and people of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth,” he said. .in press releases published by the official website of the automobile competition.

Teams and drivers have publicly joined in the pain of the UK for the loss of Isabel II.

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