Formula One to pay tribute to Niki Lauda in Monaco.
The triple World Champion died yesterday aged 70.
Formula One will honour Niki Lauda at this weekend's showcase Monaco Grand Prix, with teams and drivers still coming to terms with the triple world champion's death.
The Austrian, who died on Monday aged 70, won in Monaco with Ferrari in 1975 and 1976 but was latterly the Mercedes team's non-executive chairman and shareholder with principal Toto Wolff.
He won 25 races in the sport, winning the title twice with Ferrari, and then in 1984, with McLaren.
A Formula One spokesman said a tribute was in the works, with details to be confirmed.Published: by Radio NewsHub