Red Bull Racing pays tribute to Justin Wilson

The Red Bull Racing team paid tribute to Briton Justin Wilson, who raced for Jaguar Racing in 2003.

Published on 25/08/2015 à 13:54

Pierre Tassel

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Red Bull Racing pays tribute to Justin Wilson

The announcement of the death of Justin Wilson, who succumbed to his injuries sustained during the Pocono (Pennsylvania) event in IndyCar, triggered a wave of messages of support to those close to the Briton, driver of the Andretti Autosport team.

Among them, the stable Red Bull Racing wanted to pay special tribute to the one who had once defended the colors of the team Jaguar Racing in 2003, bought by Red Bull at the end of 2004. “There are a lot of sad faces at the factory today, confesses Christian horner, boss of the Milton Keynes team. Justin left his mark on many people who worked with him during the Jaguar era.

They remember him fondly as a humble person. Having known Justin since karting on British circuits it was always obvious to me that he was destined for great things in motorsport. His progress in the lower formulas has been impressive.

I followed his career with interest over the years. Justin will be remembered not only as a talented driver, but simply as one of the nicest people in motorsport. » The Austrian, British and Red Bull Racing flags on site were flown at half-mast following the announcement of the death of Justin Wilson.

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