Tributes have been pouring in today from people within the motorsport industry for Stephen Jewell who was killed following a crash at Norfolk's Snetterton circuit on Sunday.
The 63-year-old died when his 1924 Bugatti T35B collided with the crash barriers after leaving the track.
Mr Jewell, from Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire, was well-known within the motorsport community and was an experienced competitor.
Many people took to Twitter to pay their respects, including David Betts, who wrote:
"Saddened by the death of Bugatti racer Stephen Jewell at Snetterton yesterday. Doesn't happen often. A shock when it does."
More top news
The first of three fluffy female red pandas has arrived at Woburn Safari Park. She'll soon be joined by two others.
The family of Polish man killed by a single "Superman punch" had to leave court as jurors were shown CCTV of the attack.
Long-jumper Greg Rutherford has announced his 2017 season is over - meaning he will not defend his world title in London next month.