The Formula 1 is this weekend at the Grand prix of Monaco silent at the death of triple world champion Niki Lauda. Racing stables of Mercedes, Ferrari and McLaren have a tribute to the Austrian racelegende announced that will be visible on their cars. The employees of Mercedes, the team in which Lauda become top executives held, will rouwbanden wear.
A spokesman of the Formula 1 said that there is always a fitting tribute, but that still need to be worked out.
Lauda was Thursday the call of the day in the ‘paddock’, the place on the circuit where the riders camp during a grand prix. Lewis Hamilton allowed himself to barely see. The five-fold world champion was very excited by the death of the Austrian, which, in 2012, the Brit flattered McLaren to Mercedes. The German renstal has Hamilton already has four world titles conquered.
Lauda won two world titles at Ferrari and one at McLaren. He won twice the race on the street circuit of Monaco.