Formula 1 mourns Elizabeth II


On Thursday at the residence of Balmoral in Scotland at the age of 96, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who ruled for 70 years, died. The sad news caught the participants of Formula 1 in Monza, teams and drivers on social networks publish condolences in connection with the death of the queen.

Stefano Domenicali, Formula 1 CEO: “Formula 1 mourns the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. For more than seventy years, she has dedicated her life to public service with dignity and devotion and has inspired so many people around the world.

Formula 1 extends its deepest condolences to the Royal Family and to the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.”

All British teams immediately reacted to the sad news of the death of the queen, who ruled longer than any other monarch in British history.

Mohammed bin Sulayem, FIA President: “It is with deep sadness that we learned of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. She is one of the most respected heads of state in the history of mankind, on behalf of myself and the entire FIA ​​community, I express my condolences to the royal family and all citizens of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.

Motorsport and Formula 1 were born in the UK, and for many years the Royal Family has provided support and patronage to our sport. We thank them for this. Events taking place around the world this weekend will be dedicated to the memory of Her Majesty.”

«Williams Racing shares our common grief at the death of Her Majesty the Queen,” the British team from the Grove said in a statement. “Our thoughts are with the Royal Family, with all citizens of the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth. Queen Elizabeth II served them all with inspiration for over seventy years.”

She made her statement and Mercedes press office: “We are deeply saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, she dedicated her life to inspired service to society, and as the leader of the nation, for seventy years she did it flawlessly and calmly.

The impact she had on Britain and the world at large will be felt by generations to come, and the values ​​she upheld are among the finest human qualities: dignity, respect and compassion.

We express our most sincere condolences to the royal family, to all Britons and to all the people of the British Commonwealth.”

Mercedes racer George Russell expressed his condolences: “I am very saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her dedication to our country and her gracious leadership have inspired generations in the UK and around the world.

My family and I express our sincere condolences to the royal family and to all those who have admired her service to our country for seven decades. Rest in peace”.

“Together with our British colleagues and the Formula 1 community, we mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,” she wrote. Alpha Tauri press office. “Our condolences to the British Royal Family.”

Head of Red Bull Racing Christian Horner offered condolences on behalf of the team: “We are very saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her remarkable reign influenced many, she continued to fulfill the duties of a mother and a monarch until the end of her life.

It has been an honor for me to meet Her Majesty in person several times. She will be remembered by the country and the Commonwealth, whom she served with dignity and devotion for 70 years. I want to take this opportunity to offer my deepest condolences to the royal family.”

From Aston Martin Lawrence Stroll, the head of the company, of which the factory Formula 1 team is one of the divisions, expressed his condolences personally: “On behalf of the entire Aston Martin family, I would like to honor the memory of Her Majesty the Queen.

We remember the light that she gave to the whole world, the people she brought together, because she had an impact on the lives of so many.

We also remember with what responsibility she carried out her duty, devotedly serving the United Kingdom and the entire British Commonwealth. Her whole life was dedicated to others.

Now, when we are united by a common sorrow, we remember what kind of life she lived – a long one, if measured in years, and a great one, if in achievements.

We offer our deepest condolences to the royal family and join the rest of the world in our grief.”

“We offer our sincere condolences on the passing of this progressive woman,” the statement said. Ferrari. “Our thoughts are with the Royal Family, the Brits and our British colleagues in the paddock. May the earth rest in peace for her.”

“Team McLaren Racing mourns the sad passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and remembers her incredible reign, the British collective said in a statement. “Our thoughts are with the royal family and people around the world at this terribly sad moment.”

Alpine F1 – the Renault factory team, but it is historically based in the UK, and it is based on British specialists, so its team took the sad news very personally: “The Alpine F1 Team deeply mourns for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. For more than 70 years, she selflessly served her kingdom, her subjects, and did it with dignity.

She inspired many generations, and people all over the world learned from her tolerance, kindness and self-control.

The team expresses its deepest condolences and sympathy to the royal family.

We are proud to be part of the British society, because our team employs a lot of citizens of the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth. We thank the Queen for her service to the country to which she has dedicated her entire life.”

“We mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth II along with our British staff and the entire Formula 1 community,” the statement said. Alfa Romeo. “Our condolences to her family and country.”

Press service Haas published condolences: “We mourn for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II together with the Formula 1 community and our staff at the British base. Our condolences to the British Royal Family.”

Queen Elizabeth II attended the first ever Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone on May 13, 1950…


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