BELGIAN GRAND PRIX – CIRCUIT DE SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS
Once again Charles Leclerc was on pole position for the race this weekend in a Ferrari grid lockout, their SF90 engine was well suited to the high-speed circuit leaving Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton +0.763 seconds off the pace. Sadly in the following Formula 2 race, Leclerc’s close friend and driver for Renault Anthoine Hubert passed away after a terrible crash at the exit of Eau Rouge. Admirably, Leclerc was able to continue racing and brought Ferrari their first win holding off Mercedes and dedicating his first F1 win to Hubert over the team radio.
A Collectv DIT team were present at the track with production for the full event, assisting the crew with technical support and secure media management including ingesting and transcoding of crucial material.