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Mercedes honours Niki Lauda with red halos

Mercedes will run red halos for the rest of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend The Mercedes-AMG Formula 1 team has turned its halos red for the remainder of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend in memory of their late non-executive chairman, Niki Lauda. The special touch on Lewis Hamilton’s and Valtteri Bottas’ W10s is one of several tributes from Mercedes this weekend. A ‘Danke Niki’ (‘Thank you Niki’ in German) message and his signature also features on the nosecones. F1 organisers have announced that a minute’s silence will be observed for the three-time world champion before the start of the race, at which time all 20 current drivers and “a number of Lauda’s contemporaries and...
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