Formula one star Lewis Hamilton paid tribute to late Hollywood actor Chadwick Boseman on August 29 after securing his 93rd career pole at the Belgian Grand Prix.Hamilton said: "I woke up to the sad news of Chadwick passing away. That news really, really broke me. He was such a shining light. Wakanda Forever. I just wanted to come out today and drive to perfection."
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— Formula 1 (@F1) August 29, 2020
The defending champion secured a pole position at the Belgian Grand Prix qualifying and stood on top of his car in the iconic 'Wakanda Forever' gesture from Boseman’s hit film Black Panther.