Both Ferrari and their customer team Haas paid tribute to Sergio Marchionne with the livery of their cars at the Hungarian Grand Prix after the former Scuderia president died at the age of 66. Marchionne's passing was confirmed on Wednesday after he had suffered complications from surgery.
Ferrari's team, including drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, reported to the Hungaroring on Thursday wearing black armbands, while the team have been excused from pre-weekend media duties by the FIA.
Both Vettel and Raikkonen will carry a black strip across the nose of their cars as a mark of respect, while Haas have added a written tribute to Marchionne on the cars of Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean.
Sauber are also carrying black stripes on the halo of their cars over the weekend.