Tributes for one of the most famous F1 drivers have poured in since the death of Niki Lauda at the age of 70. From his signature red cap left hanging on his usual headphone peg to the Mercedes team tribute, everyone presents at the Monaco Grand Prix remembered Niki Lauda before the morning practice on Thursday morning.
The F1 Paddock Club Monaco was in a sombre mood as they learned of the death of the Austrian driver, who died in the night on Monday 20th May 2019. Lauda was a larger than life figure on the F1 circuit. Following his retirement from racing, he became a constant presence in the pit for Mercedes as their non-executive chairman. He won his first two championships with Ferrari, who also honored his memory with special tributes to him throughout the practice.
The tribute that many F1 Paddock Club Monaco …