Minutes silence held for Canadian marshal


28 June 2013 by TF1T Staff | M
          

Formula 1 drivers, team members, race officials and British Grand Prix marshal's held a minutes silence on Friday in honour of Mark Robinson, a volunteer marshal, who was killed following an accident at the Canadian GP.

The paddock gathered under the podium beneath Silverstone's wing and stood in silence for a minute to mark the tragic event which saw the 38-year-old die from injuries sustained in an accident after the Canadian race.

Images: © Sutton

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