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Mercedes' Monaco GP livery tribute to Lauda revealed

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will run in the Monaco Grand Prix with special liveries dedicated to Niki Lauda after the Mercedes non-executive chairman's passing this week. Teams up and down the grid are also planning tributes to the three-time world champion. Lauda passed away this week after suffering from kidney problems. The 70-year-old had been ill for some time and required a life-saving lung transplant after contracting a virus while on holiday in Spain last year. Article continues under video F1 is set to organise tributes for the Monaco weekend, a minute's silence before the race is anticipated. Lauda took charge of many aspects at the Mercedes team after purchasing a stake...
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