Formula One will hold a minute’s silence in memory of triple world champion Niki Lauda before Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix. At the end of the race there will then be a noisier salute to the Austrian after the race.
Lauda, one of the sport’s greatest heroes, died on Monday at the age of 70.
Formula One said the silence would be held at 14.53 local time, 17 minutes before the start of the race in the principality.
The 20 drivers and dignitaries who normally stand to attention on the starting grid for the national anthem will be joined by a group of Lauda’s contemporaries and peers each holding a red cap in tribute.
Lauda, the Mercedes team’s non-executive chairman, was known for the trademark red cap he wore to hide his burns from the 1976 accident.
Fans in the grandstands are invited to pay their own tribute to the two times Monaco Grand Prix winner on the in-lap after the finish.
Mercedes, McLaren and Ferrari already have stickers on their cars in tribute to Lauda.
Mercedes team members will also be wearing black armbands.