Lewis Hamilton has to be a way to say goodbye to Harry Shaw, a five-year-old superfan of him over the weekend and died.
The boy suddenly became a world-famous, he was in a very emotional video of Hamilton’s good luck wish for the grand prix of Spain, and the British after this victory, a replica of an F1 car, and a trophy of his victory in Spain and at Shaw’s had done.
The sad news of Shaw’s death, who was suffering with cancer, came, of course, even Lewis Hamilton, in a post on Instagram said goodbye to his five-year-old superfan.
“Thank you Harry, to make such a positive way for us to have been wrong. You are so brave and the world will miss you. Thank you dear friend, you are such an inspiration. God bless you and may you rest in peace,” posted Hamilton on Instagram.
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