#ICYMI: WATCH - Lewis Hamilton sends F1 car to home of terminally ill boy

Image: NDTV
Image: NDTV
Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team arranged for one of their Formula One cars to park outside five-year-old Harry Shaw's home in Surrey after the 2019 Spanish GP in Barcelona earlier in May.

Harry is fighting the final days of life after being diagnosed with a rare bone cancer.

WATCH: Hamilton inspired to victory by brave boy fighting cancer

Hamilton had dedicated his Spanish GP win to his biggest little fan after receiving a message from Harry before the race last Sunday. The 5-times world champion said Harry had inspired to push for victory in the race.

James Shaw, Harry's father, says that only 2% of all funds raised goes towards children with cancer.

Shaw said: "Just seeing how Harry has suffered this last month has been enough for Charlotte and I to realise that we have to do something."

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