Minute’s silence held at Donington Park
The Formula Two team and drivers assembled on the grid at Donington Park this morning (Sunday) to pay tribute to Henry Surtees, who tragically lost his life following an accident in the second F2 race at Brands Hatch in July.
Henry’s car was placed on pole position with all 24 F2 drivers stood behind, together with MSV’s Chief Executive Jonathan Palmer and the entire Formula Two team. A minute’s silence was held at 9.30am.
All 24 Formula Two cars are also carrying a personal tribute sticker to Henry on the rear wing this weekend, bearing the simple message: "Henry – we miss you."