F1 car flown to home of terminally ill boy who inspired Hamilton’s Spanish GP win

A Formula One car was sent to the home of a five-year-old boy with a rare form of terminal cancer after he inspired Lewis Hamilton’s victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Harry Shaw, from Redhill, Surrey, sent Hamilton a good luck message on Instagram from his hospital bed.
Mercedes later arranged for one of its cars to be flown to Harry’s home, where he is also expected to be presented with Hamilton’s winning trophy from the Barcelona race.
Charlotte Shaw, Harry’s mother, said: “It’s brought smiles into his life at a time when there’s a limited amount of fun to be had, to be perfectly honest.”

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